The London Industrial Strategy

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Economic strategy and analysis for the 32 borough Greater London Council. Includes an extended overview of the London economy and agencies responsible for implementation and further plans. The authors note the general transition of industry toward a flexible production network, then detail a sector approach with discussion of 24 sectors in turn. The London Industrial Strategy is notable in its deviation from both the generally Keynesian framework of the postwar period, and also from the monetarist turn under the Thatcher government beginning in 1979. Facing the abolition of the GLC, the authors hoped to leave a path for others following.

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This volume is made available via eCommons with the express permission of the London Metropolitan Archives (City of London), who control the copyright in this work. This volume has been modified at their request to redact any and all photographs that they are unable to license.
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1985
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Greater London Council; GLC; London Industrial Policy
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Greater London Council. 1985. LIS: London industrial strategy. London: GLC.
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