The Potential Contribution of Cluster Developments to Maximising Economic Recovery in the UKCS

Alexander George Kemp, Linda Stephen

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Abstract

Research in North Sea Economics has been conducted in the Economics Department
since 1973. The present and likely future effects of oil and gas developments on the Scottish economy formed the subject of a long term study undertaken for the Scottish Office. The final report of this study, The Economic Impact of North Sea Oil on Scotland, was published by HMSO in 1978. In more recent years further work has been done on the impact of oil on local economies and on the barriers to entry and characteristics of the supply companies in the offshore oil industry
Original languageEnglish
Pagesi-167
Number of pages175
ISBN (Electronic) 0143-022X
Publication statusPublished - 26 Jul 2019

Publication series

NameNorth Sea Study Occasional Paper
No.144
ISSN (Electronic)0143-022X

Keywords

  • Cluster Developments
  • UKCS
  • MER UK

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