Useful Links for Regional Development
The organizations below all offer rich content for regional economic developers
The OECD offers not only specific information regarding New Zealand's vital statistics but compares them with other OECD states.
The Brookings Institute
The Brookings Institute is prolific in the volume of primary research it delivers. Click below to see research relating to Cities and Regions.
Regional Studies Association
The Regional Studies Association is a learned society concerned with the analysis of regions and regional issues. Through its international membership it provides an authoritative voice of, and network for, academics, students, practitioners, policy makers.
Today's economy is about speed, flexibility and connectivity in an environment where innovation and economic growth are geographically concentrated. Clusters and their smart specialisations are cornerstones of this reality.
Regional Science Journal
Papers in Regional Science and Practice is the official journal of the Regional Science Association International
Royal Society of the Arts
We are the royal society for arts, manufactures and commerce - a unique global network of changemakers enabling people, places and the planet to flourish
Economic Development New Zealand
EDNZ offers a resource centre as well as professional development opportunities.