The research questions pertained to the effectiveness of local compacts, the potential factors for success and lack of success and the advantages and disadvantages of such a requirement.
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- examines local compacts from a number of different perspectives, including that of 'Welsh exceptionalism'
- addresses the issues of effectiveness; the factors that explain success or failure; and the advantages and disadvantages of putting local compacts on a statutory basis
- draws together the conclusions and discusses their implications for action by the Welsh Government.