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Spatial flexibility of the workforce is important in clearing regional labour markets. Workers’ spatial flexibility is limited and many European countries are developing policies to enhance the spatial flexibility of the labour force. Using the 2002 Netherlands Housing Demand Survey and logistic...
This paper uses projections of population and housing to explore issues of population sustainability in the Cairngorms and Peak District National Parks. The projections demonstrate that if recent trends of births, deaths and migration continue both National Parks will not be sustainable as the...
In this paper we present a new methodology by which regional employment forecasts can be spatially disaggregated to smaller administrative units. We develop a statistical model for disaggregating spatial data based upon related employment determinants (for example, the proximity of an area to a...
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