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In this editorial we pose four questions about the functional economies of northern England in the context of demographic change. How will the northern England population change in the next quarter of a century? What shape will the old of northern England be in and how will we look after them?...
Northern England faces important demographic challenges over the next 25 years: population ageing, a more ethnically diverse society, moderate demographic growth but with large differences between most and least successful localities. We examine past and future demographic changes in Northern...
This paper describes the results of research exploring the impact of demographic change on housing, health and social care in the North of England from 2011 to 2036. These results show that the population of the North of England is set to grow, age and become more ethnically diverse. Although...
This paper assesses the recent employment history of the North of England and its constituent sub-regions and cities within the context of broader trends in the UK and of major policy changes in the last 2 years. The paper draws on previous surveys of the employment performance of the North and...
This project sought to study the simple to state but difficult to address problem of tackling a long term entrepreneurial deficit in the North of England while adjusting to demographic change. The project was part of a programme of research into the latter but employed an array of research tools...
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