Economists and economic geographers working in contrasting locations reflect on economic development in the context of globalisation. What lessons can
Research for the Welsh Assembly Government, carried out by the Institute of Welsh Affairs, University of Glamorgan and Cardiff University.
This latest publication from the Institute of Welsh Affairs sets out to highlight examples of entrepreneurial practice among mainly medium-sized
The IWA Science Policy for Wales Conference took place on 16th October 2006, at the Thistle Hotel Cardiff. This is
This study examines the development of the creative industries in Wales, seeing them as contributing to a world-wide rise of
During 2005 the Brecknockshire Agricultural Society, the oldest such county association in the UK, celebrated its 250th anniversary. To mark
Andrew Green, Librarian at the National Library of Wales, explores how Wales appears in the online universe and what the
Analysis for the Welsh Assembly Government on the Socio-Economic characteristics of the south Wales valleys. Click here to download the report