Innovative Technologies Resources

  1. IED Institute of Economic Development

    28 Feb 2011  The Institute of Economic Development (IED) is the leading United Kingdom organisation for economic development practitioners.
  2. Economic development | Policies | BIS

    Regional Economic Development.  This Government is committed to building a new economic model, which aims to create a fairer and more balanced economy › 
  3. Regional Growth Fund | Policies | BIS

    12 Apr 2011  Policies · Economic development · Regional Growth Fund › Policies › Economic development 
  4. The Journal of International Trade and Economic Development

    The Journal of International Trade and Economic Development (JITED) is a peer-reviewed journal, focuses on international economics, economic development and
  5. Welcome to the EDAS (Economic Development Association Scotland)

    Economic Development Association (Scotland) (EDAS) has gained recognition as the foremost professional association for economic development in Scotland.
  6. Belfast City Council. Economic development.

    We play an integral role in adding value to, and complementing, the economic developmentof Belfast and the region as a whole.
  7. Economic Development Strategy (EDS) - London Development Agency

    The Economic Development Strategy sets out this vision with respect to the  for all Londoners to share in London's economic success and for London to
  8. Economic Development Distance Learning Consortium : Home

    Postgraduate Training courses in Local and Regional Economic Development from theEconomic Development Distance Learning Consortium for postgraduates and
  9. Urban and Economic Development - URBED - The Urban & Economic 

    URBED (Urban and Economic Development) Ltd is a leading independent research and consultancy firm specialising in the fields of urban regeneration,
  10. South East England Development Agency (SEEDA)

    Welcome to the South East England Development Agency (SEEDA). Wednesday 13 April 2011  The latest intelligence on current economic conditions