I'm unaware of such strategies. I've checked the internet related to such strategies for my city and have found little, but a continued fixation on trying to attract businesses to our region. This has been the be all/end all of the efforts as far as I know. When I was involved, years ago, with trying to revitalize our downtown by building community and beauty--and thus luring people to come back into the inner city to establish residences, I was frustrated to say the least. I am reminded of the expression about "knowing the costs of everything and the value of nothing." The business community, which does indeed, own everything had no real interest in creating different visions for our city. Why should they? All efforts to transform the region are always predicated on satisfying business--at the expense of the residents I might add--as more and more financial incentives are given--but with no real return of value.
As long as people are fixated on profits instead of a more holistic approach to reshaping the city and region, there is no real resiliency. This is the reason I have been working toward moving to a different region and in fact a different country. My imagination was forever captured years ago, by an urban planner who exclaimed, "the places we live and work should be as beautiful as the places we go for vacation." After working tirelessly for several years to help turn my city into such a place, I realized the only way that was going to happen was to move to one of those beautiful places.
My action has been in working to secure the possibility of one day living in pristine beauty all the time vs. in continuing to live in the automobile slum which is omnipresent on the landscape of my home town and country.