The North East After Brexit: Impact and Policy
ISBN: 978-1-83909-012-7, eISBN: 978-1-83909-009-7
Publication date: 28 November 2019
(2019), "Prelims", Liddle, J. and Shutt, J. (Ed.) The North East After Brexit: Impact and Policy (Brexit Studies Series), Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. i-xvi. https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-83909-009-720191018
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THE NORTH EAST AFTER BREXIT
BREXIT STUDIES SERIES
Series Editors: Alex De Ruyter, Jon Yorke and Haydn Davies, Centre for Brexit Studies, Birmingham City University, UK
With the vote on 23 June 2016 for the UK to leave the European Union it has become imperative for individuals, business, government and wider society to understand the implications of the referendum result. This series, published in collaboration with the Centre for Brexit Studies at Birmingham City University, UK, examines a broad sweep of topics related to Brexit. It aims to bring together academics from across the disciplines to confront and examine the challenges withdrawal from the EU brings. The series promotes rigorous engagement with the multifaceted aspects of both the ‘leave’ and ‘remain’ perspectives in order to enhance understanding of the consequences for the UK, and for its relationship with the wider world, of Brexit, and aims to suggest measures to counter the challenges faced.
David Hearne and Alex de Ruyter, Regional Success After Brexit: The Need for New Measures
Stefania Paladini and Ignazio Castellucci, European Security in a Post-Brexit World
Alex de Ruyter and Beverly Nielsen, Brexit Negotiations After Article 50
Arantza Gomez Arana, Brexit and Gibraltar: The Negotiations of a Historically Contentious Region
THE NORTH EAST AFTER BREXIT
Impact and Policy
United Kingdom – North America – Japan – India – Malaysia – China
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|List of Figures and Boxes||ix|
|List of Tables||xi|
|About the Editors||xiii|
|List of Contributors||xv|
|Foreword by Professor John Wilson||xvii|
|PART I: THE IMPACTS OF DEVOLUTION ON THE NORTH EAST|
|1.||An Underpowered Northern Powerhouse: Infrastructure in the Ungovernable North
|2.||Combined Authorities and the Northern Powerhouse: Critical Issues and Where Next?
Joyce Liddle and John Shutt
|3.||The NHS Long-term Plan and the Importance to the North East Region
|PART II: THE IMPACTS OF BREXIT AND KEY POLICY AREAS|
|4.||Developing a Post-Brexit Economy: Challenges for the North East of England
|5.||Industrial Strategies and the North: Will a Local Industrial Strategy Deliver Something New?
|6.||BREXIT and Devolution: A View from ‘North of Tyne’ and the Anglo-Scottish ‘Borderlands’
|7.||The North East as a Tourist Destination: A Hidden Gem?
|8.||Small Firms and Innovation in the North East: Can We Create More Dynamism?
|PART III: NEW STRATEGIES FOR PUBLIC SECTOR CHANGE: CROSSING BOUNDARIES|
|9.||‘Whose Business Growth Hub Is It Anyway?’ Co-production of a New Approach to Business Support for the North East of England
Rob Wilson, Mike Martin and David Jamieson
|10.||Developing Public Sector Entrepreneurship in the Universities: Accelerating Innovation in the North
James A. Cunningham
|11.||Research, Knowledge Exchange and Impact: The Experience of a University–Public Sector Partnership in North East England
John Mawson and Martyn Griffin
|12.||The Future of Public Administration Teaching and Research in the North East
Ian C. Elliott and Lorraine Johnston
|13.||Developing a New Focus on Future Research for the Region
John Shutt and Joyce Liddle
|Glossary of Acronyms||201|
LIST OF FIGURES AND BOXES
|Fig. 2.1||LEPs in England 2019.||28|
|Fig. 2.2||Combined Authorities in England 2017.||30|
|Fig. 2.3||Regular Changes in Initiatives for Growth.||34|
|Fig. 3.1||Map of Integrated Care Systems.||51|
|Fig. 4.1||Regional GDHI at Current Basic Prices.||59|
|Fig. 6.1||The Borderland’s Deal Local Authorities.||95|
|Fig. 6.2||North of Tyne and the Governance of the North East.||96|
|Fig. 9.1||Business Growth Hub: Proposed ‘Reference Architecture’.||144|
|Box 1.1||The Northern Powerhouse Brand.||5|
|Box 6.1||The Borderlands Growth Deal.||97|
|Box 6.2||The North of Tyne Combined Authority.||100|
|Box 13.1||The LEP 11 Emerge.||196|
List of Tables
|Table 1.1||Northern Powerhouse and Its Stakeholders 2019.||20|
|Table 2.1||The Local Election Results 2019: Local Authority Control in the North East Region.||33|
|Table 4.1||UK Regional Shares of Local GDP and Labour Exposed to Brexit in Northern England.||62|
|Table 5.1||Strength in Places Bids 2019.||84|
About the Editors
Professor Joyce Liddle is a Professor of Public Leadership and Enterprise, Director of Research and Innovation at Newcastle Business School, Northumbria University. She was previously Professor of Public Leadership and Management at IMPGT, Aix-Marseille Université and is a graduate of the Universities of Durham and Warwick.
Professor John Shutt is a Professor of Public Policy and Management at Newcastle Business School, Northumbria University. He is a graduate of Leeds Beckett, Birmingham and Cardiff Universities. He was previously a Visiting Professor at the College of Business and Management at Zhejiang University of Technology (ZJUT) in Hangzhou, China.
John and Joyce are working together at Newcastle Business School to establish and lead research and teaching in Public Sector Policy and Management.
List of Contributors
Professor Ignazio Cabras, Professor in Entrepreneurship and Regional Economic Development, Newcastle Business School, Northumbria University, UK
Professor David Charles, Professor of Enterprise and Innovation, Newcastle Business School, Northumbria University, UK
Professor James A. Cunningham, Professor of Strategy Management and Director of Research and Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Strategy, Newcastle Business School, Northumbria University, UK
Dr Ian C. Elliott, Senior Lecturer, Newcastle Business School, Northumbria University, UK
Dr. Martyn Griffin, Associate Professor, Durham University Business School, UK
Dr Nicola Headlam, Head of Northern Powerhouse, Cities and Local Growth Unit, BEIS and Treasury, UK
Mr David Jamieson, Postgraduate Associate, Newcastle Business School, Northumbria University, UK
Dr Lorraine Johnston, Senior Lecturer, Newcastle Business School, Northumbria University, UK
Professor Joyce Liddle, Professor of Public Leadership and Enterprise, Director, Research and Innovation, HR and Leadership, Newcastle Business School, Northumbria University, UK
Professor Mike Martin, Chair of Enterprise Information Sciences, Newcastle Business School, Northumbria University, UK
Professor John Mawson, Director of Institute for Local Governance (ILG), Durham Business School, Durham University, UK
Professor Tom Mordue, Professor of Tourism and Head of School for Entrepreneurship, Newcastle Business School, Northumbria University, UK
Dr Debbie Porteous, Associate Professor, Department of Nursing, Midwifery and Health, Northumbria University, UK
Dr Michele Rusk, Associate Professor of Innovation & Entrepreneurial Leadership, Newcastle Business School, UK
Professor Keith Shaw, Professor of Politics, Faculty of Art and Design and Social Sciences, Northumbria University, UK
Professor John Shutt, Professor of Public Policy and Management, Newcastle Business School, UK
Professor John Wilson, Dean and PVC, Newcastle Business School, Northumbria University, UK
Professor Rob Wilson, Professor of Digital Business, Newcastle Business School, Northumbria University, UK
- Part I: The Impacts of Devolution on the North East
- Chapter 1: An Underpowered Northern Powerhouse: Infrastructure in the Ungovernable North
- Chapter 2: Combined Authorities and the Northern Powerhouse: Critical Issues and Where Next?
- Chapter 3: The NHS Long-Term Plan and the Importance to The North East Region
- Part II: The Impacts of Brexit and Key Policy Areas
- Chapter 4: Developing a Post-Brexit Economy: Challenges for the North East of England
- Chapter 5: Industrial Strategies and the North: Will a Local Industrial Strategy Deliver Something New?
- Chapter 6: Brexit and Devolution: A View from ‘North of Tyne’ and the Anglo-Scottish ‘Borderlands’
- Chapter 7: The North East as a Tourist Destination: a Hidden Gem?
- Chapter 8: Small Firms and Innovation in THE North East: Can We Create More Dynamism?
- Part III: New Strategies for Public Sector Change: Crossing Boundaries
- Chapter 9: ‘Whose Business Growth Hub is it Anyway?’ Co-Production of a New Approach to Business Support for the North East of England
- Chapter 10: Developing Public Sector Entrepreneurship in the Universities: Accelerating Innovation in the North
- Chapter 11: Research, Knowledge Exchange and Impact: The Experience of a University–public Sector Partnership in North East England
- Chapter 12: The Future of Public Administration Teaching and Research in the North East
- Chapter 13: Developing a New Focus on Future Research for the Region
- Glossary of Acronyms