How Does Regionalism Affect The Issue Of Development? Explain.


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Regionalism is a ideological concept in politics, which focuses of the interests of a particular region, or group of regions, by increasing the region's (or regions') influence, and political power by means or measures of devolution, states' rights, decentralization, independence, and separation from sovereignty.
While still connected to some sort of central government, regionalism affects development by: Promoting and strengthening self-governing bodies, forming a more effective form of allocation of local resources, which would benefit local populations, raise competition levels and stimulate competition levels amongst the regions, and save the taxpayers (at all levels), money.

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