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  • Jakarta: urban development and employment
  • Office employment in new towns
  • Changes in employee commuting : a comparative analysis of employee commuting to major Slovenian employment centers from 2000 to 2009
  • Commuting ; Employment area ; Motorway ; Route ; Slovenia ; Socio-economic system ; Town ; Transport network
  • This paper discusses changes in employee commuting in ten largest Slovenian employment centers from 2000 to 2009. Based on the analysis of SRDAP database, changes are presented in employee commuter routes between source and target municipalities
  • . The results show a significant increase in both the scope of employee commuting and the number of routes. Reasons for these changes are explained by the construction of freeway infrastructure. The scope and direction of commuting also depend on changes
  • Arbeid eller trygd? Employment or insurance?
  • The author tries to explain the increasing proportion of unemployed population, which has gradually led to an employment crisis. The explanation is mainly sought for in the general economic development. The author draws special attention to the part
  • of the population which is the most severely affected by the employment crisis an the following socio-political consequences. (E. Jahn).
  • Employment, feminisation, and gentrification in London, 1981-93
  • Employment ; England ; Family structure ; Gentrification ; Investment ; London ; Social class ; Social geography ; United Kingdom ; Woman
  • The A. that gentrification is rooted in employment restructuring. The impact of two important aspects of restructuring in London are explored, casualisation and feminisation of employment, and it is concluded that feminisation of professional
  • employment has as yet had only a marginal impact on gentrification, whereas casualisation of professional employment has been an important influence. Survey data from two London boroughs are presented in support of the argument.
  • The effect of job access on Black and White youth employment : a cross-sectional analysis
  • The paper examines the effect of access to employment opportunities on the employment probabilities of black and white youth aged 16-19 years. The empirical results, based on data from the central cities of 43 SMSAs, suggest that the nearness
  • of jobs in an important determinant of teenager employment probability.
  • Measuring the local employment impact of a tourist attraction : an empirical study
  • Direct employment occurs inside and outside the attraction as a result of final expenditure. There is a problem of identifying only that expenditure which is attributable to the attraction. Indirect employment, in the chain of suppliers
  • to the direct activities, and induced employment from spending incomes generated in direct and indirect activity, are discussed and measured.
  • Employment effects of environmental policy in Greece
  • Employment ; Employment structure ; Environment ; Environment conservation ; Greece ; Induced effect ; Pollution control
  • on deficit financing and has affected employment positively.
  • The accessibility to employment offices in the Spanish labour market
  • Accessibility ; Distance ; Econometry ; Employment ; Employment area ; Labour market ; Local government unit ; Spain ; Spatial differentiation ; Unemployment
  • The paper focuses on the differences in the levels of accessibility to public employment offices in the Spanish municipalities. The main purpose is to evaluate the role of the public employment services in local labour markets by considering
  • the physical distance to employment offices and the spatial structure of their catchment areas. Policy-makers should strive to improve the accessibility to employment offices so that adequate assistance to find suitable employment may be ensured to every
  • The 1987 stock market crash and New York City employment : an intervention-multiplier analysis
  • Autoregressive process ; Economic base ; Employment ; Finance ; Induced effect ; Multiplicator ; New York City ; Time series ; United States ; Urban economy
  • Intervention analysis is used to assess the impact of the October 1987 stock market crash upon employment in the securities industry in New York City. Using a dynamic location quotient methodology to measure basic employment, an estimate
  • of a partial-adjustment economic base multiplier suggests that the employment is likely to decline, as a result of the crash and adjustments in the securities industry.
  • New trends in sectoral employment in Spanish regions
  • Classification ; Competition ; Economic sector ; Employment ; Employment structure ; Industrial structure ; Regional disparities ; Regional economy ; Shift-share analysis ; Spain
  • The AA. describe and analyze the distribution of sectoral employment over regions in Spain from 1985 to 1989, using a combination of shift-share analysis and location elasticities. New tendencies have appeared, which have been maintened
  • for the whole period. The growth in employment is located in the Mediterranean area, and is closely related to the services sector and to a modern and productive agriculture.
  • Employment in agriculture in the enlarged European Union
  • Agricultural employment ; Agricultural policy ; Agriculture ; Economic development ; Europe ; European Union
  • agricultural employment ? Or are other determinants of agricultural employment trends- which are generally downward in the course of economic development- more decisive for future employment in this sector ? - (IFL)
  • A stake in place ? The geography of employee ownership and its implications for a stakeholder society
  • Through a detailed case study of a management and employee buyout in the railway industry, the A. suggests that the ability of employee ownership to fix investment in place may be enhanced by relations of stakeholding, increasing committment
  • to the firm and its future. Lack of employee power and finance excluded most workers from the processes and philosophy of the buyout. It is argued that government and trade unions can do more to promote wider employee ownership and participation at work
  • Manpower, labor absorption and employment in Colombia
  • Employment structure and the stability of urban growth during the urbanisation process
  • Rural-urban migration and urban employment opportunities in Nigeria
  • Problems of maintaining employment in developing countries in the face of rapid population growth
  • The Impact of British regional policies on employment growth
  • Employment and income distribution in the African economy.
  • The employment effects of a regional capital subsidy
  • Analysis of public employment impact multipliers in depressed areas
  • Employment of family and non-family labour in agriculture
  • Migration and employment of educated youth in Ghana
  • The cyclical sensitivity of employment in branch and parent plant
  • Shortcut formulas for output, income and employment multipliers
  • Chinese cities : controlled growth and employment problems
  • Overall economic indices. Employment, 1977-1984
  • Employment subsidies: a new direction for local government economic initiatives
  • Overall economic indices. Employment 1981-1988
  • The effects of rapid increases in labor supply on service employment in developing countries
  • Effects of a Colombian civil war (1948-1958) on the structure of employment and earnings in Bogota. The resulting increase on labor supply has little effect on the share of services in the labor force. It suggests that the service employment may
  • Federal regional development policies in Canada : employment impact in Quebec and the Atlantic Provinces
  • Three separate econometric methods based on a shift-share model of employment change are used to assess the effect of federal Department of Regional Economic Expansion policies in creating manufacturing employment in the province of Quebec
  • The geography of employment
  • Employment ; Employment structure ; Europe ; Unemployment ; Working population
  • Changes in air service connectivity and employment
  • Air transport ; Airline company ; Competition ; Deregulation ; Economic restructuring ; Employment ; Service ; Spatial division of labour ; Transport ; United States of America
  • The relationship between this connectivity and a subset of professional employment (workers for 59 metropolitan areas in the USA) for the period 1978-88 is examined. Its importance as an industrial location factor for company facilities
  • The spatial structure of the Philippines' overseas employment program
  • Employment policy ; Government intervention ; International migration ; Labour ; Labour migration ; Philippines ; Regulation ; Spatial structure
  • The paper examines the changing spatial structure of the Philippines' overseas employment program and especially the shift from a centralized to a decentralized structure. Findings suggest that the Philippines' attempt at decentralization has been
  • Recent economic and employment changes in Rijnmond: discrepancies with population dispersal.
  • This report concentrates on important recent changes in economic development, employment spread and population movements in the Rijnmond agglomeration (SW Netherlands). (AGD).
  • Economic crisis and the limits to employment
  • Economic crisis and the introduction of modern technologies have aggravated the employment problem also in industrially advanced developing countries as Brasil. The article deals with the issue of possibilities of overcoming unemployment
  • Employment change in Tasmanian manufacturing, 1980-1985 : an enterprise-based approach
  • Restructuring taking place within the state's larger resource-based firms is compared with the role of small indigenous firms in terms of their employment implications.
  • Regional income and employment effects of the 1972 Munich Summer Olympic Games
  • Bavaria ; Employment ; Germany ; Impact ; Income ; Munich ; Regional economy ; Sports
  • Employability and earnings returns to qualifications in Scotland
  • Correlation ; Education ; Employment ; Qualification level ; Scotland ; United Kingdom
  • How employment affects women's gender attitudes. The workplace as a locus of contextual effects in Contextual models in politics.
  • The AA. examine three mechanisms which might account for the relationship between employment and gender attitudes : the social status provides benefits which cause women to adopt more non-traditional attitudes| employment experiences increase
  • feminist attitudes| the social networks and context acquired through employment alter traditional sex-role attitudes.
  • Employment impacts of energy : a survey and framework for analysis
  • Economic impact ; Employment ; Energy policy ; Energy;Power ; Factor of production ; Induced effect ; Investment ; Multiplicator ; Project ; Regional planning
  • The AA. present an economic framework for the analysis and evaluation of the employment impacts caused by energy development. The presentation is based upon an extensive survey of the current practices in energy and employment analysis in Western
  • Employment in boom towns of the Ecuador Amazon
  • Amazon Basin ; Economic activity ; Ecuador ; Employment ; Growth pole ; Informal sector ; Public service ; Town
  • Examination of economic activities and employment in four boom towns of the Ecuador Amazon or Oriente : Puyo, Nueva Loja, Tena and Coca. Data were obtained from the 1990 national population census and from field observations of urban establishments
  • in 1993. Results of the establishment survey are compared to those of similar studies in the Brazilian Amazon. Abundant self-employment in an informal sector and a large portion of the labor force in the public service sector is found. - (SLD)
  • Manufacturing location in a polycentric urban area: a study in the composition and attractiveness of employment subcenters
  • Centrality ; Dallas ; Employment ; Industrial location ; Industry ; Second order urban centre ; Texas ; United States ; Urban area ; Urban development ; Urban structure
  • The paper explores the nature and role of the principal employment centers within the Dallas-Fort Worth region from the perspective of locational choices by firms in three-digit SIC Manufacturing. The centers are identified via a that maps
  • employment polygons onto a zip code-level geography. The industrial attributes of firms choosing such centers are then investigated using multinomial logit.
  • Back to Nukunuku : employment, identity and return migration in Tonga
  • Development ; Employment ; Identity ; International migration ; Return migration ; Tonga
  • Both migration from and return migration to that Tongan village are centred on employment and education, and on the social context of home and duty. Return is limited. Return migrants acquire skills, capital and experience overseas, which can
  • be transferred into a Tongan cultural context. They take up employment or acquire businesses, gain some social status from the outcome. Tensions exist between returnees and more established residents.
  • Whither the jobs. Identifying concentrations of employment in metropolitan aeas
  • Business district ; Core-periphery ; Employment ; Large city ; Location ; Metropolitan area ; United States of America
  • This research analyses the changing distribution of employment across US metropolitan areas and identifies high-employment nodes within large metropolitan areas. It then compares outlying employment clusters with traditional central business
  • districts and contrast employment clusters of varying job densities. It concludes that this method can use publicly available data, relies on a standardized geographic unit applicable across the whole country, and offers the ability to examine data from
  • Suburban employment centres: the case of Chicago
  • Centrality ; Chicago ; Distance from city centre ; Employment ; Illinois ; Regression analysis ; Second order urban centre ; Suburbs ; United States ; Urban area ; Urban density ; Workplace
  • The paper uses data from the journey to work portion of the 1980 Census to estimate a polycentric model of employment density for the Chicago urbanised area. Distance to the Chicago central business district exerted a strong effect on employment
  • density, but density was also influenced by proximity to three suburban employment centres. Some 27 per cent of total employment growth in metropolitan Chicago over the next decade was concentrated in these three subcentres.
  • Heterogeneity in the determinants of local self-employment growth by gender, age and selected industry
  • Employment ; Entrepreneurship ; Gender ; Industrial sector ; Industrial structure ; Industry ; Producer services ; Regional disparities ; Self-employment ; United States of America
  • This study explores the determinants of self-employment growth across US regions and by gender, age group and industry. It finds that self-employment growth was faster for women than for men; that growth in the 45–64-year age group outpaced growth
  • in the age 20–44-year group; and that growth was much faster in professional and business services than in healthcare. The regression results suggest that there is significant heterogeneity in the impact of regional characteristics on self-employment growth
  • Discovering the regional small world of labour mobility. Evidence from linked employeremployee data
  • Connectivity ; Employment ; Hub ; Italy ; Labour market ; Labour mobility ; Network ; Veneto
  • This paper investigates the structure of inter-firm worker mobility in Veneto, an industrial region of Northern Italy by using complex network analysis applied to linked employeremployee data. The empirical network reveals a small-world pattern
  • Gratitude and hospitality : Tamil refugee employment in London and the conditional nature of integration
  • Destination country ; Education ; Employment ; England ; Hospitality ; International migration ; London ; Professional qualification ; Refugees ; Social geography ; Social integration ; United Kingdom
  • This article examines gratitude and hospitality through Tamil refugee employment in London and the conditional nature of integration. It is possible to analyse employment as both an opportunity to give back, and something for which to be grateful
  • . However, gratitude may not necessarily be felt towards the host society. If employment is found through the ethnic community, gratitude is likely to be concentrated there, rather than in the wider society. For the refugee participants in this research
  • Denmark ; Employment ; Firm strategy ; Foreign worker ; Labour ; Local government unit ; Local labour market ; Social network ; Unemployment
  • The paper tests the hypothesis that social networks are crucial for regional recruitment and inflows of foreign labour. Danish municipal data from 1997-2006 reveal spatial sorting since initial shares of employees with a foreign background out
  • of total regional employment predict foreign labour inflow rates to regional employment. Social networks appear crucial for the recruitment and inflows rates to regional employment, suggesting that employee referrals and information about vacancies in local
  • Employability and labour market policy. Special issue
  • Concept ; Employment ; Employment policy ; Human capital ; Labour ; Labour market ; Professional qualification ; Professional training ; Social exclusion ; Spatial mismatch ; United Kingdom ; Urban area
  • Aux échelles régionale et locale, la qualification professionnelle (employability) a été le fondement d'un certain nombre de politiques d'action sur le marché du travail. La dimension géographique est privilégiée, notamment la dimension urbaine. Les
  • neuf articles de ce numéro spécial sont issus d'un groupe de travail conjoint de l'Association d'Etudes Régionales et de l'Association de Science Régionale (sections britannique et irlandaise). Il s'agit de mieux comprendre le concept d'employability.
  • Is there a North-South divide in self-employment in England ?
  • Employment ; England ; Job creation ; Regional disparities ; United Kingdom
  • Pattern of small scale industrial employment at Gaya
  • Etude de la répartition des travailleurs employés dans les petites industries, de la composition de la force de travail et de la classification des travailleurs à l'échelon municipal de Gaya. - (PLK)
  • Employment structure, settlement policy and the development of the north Tyumen'oil and gas region
  • Newly discovered data, combined with more accessible sources, provide the basis of analyzing employment structure, settlement policy and development in the West Siberian oil and gas regions.
  • Invloed grote ondernemingen op de spreiding van de werkgelegenheid. (The influence of big enterprises on the spread of employment)
  • The author gives an overview of the employment develoment per country part in the Netherlands. He compares these developments with those of the 10greatest industrial enterprises for the period 1960-1978. The explanation by centre-periphery models
  • Employment
  • Economic restructuring ; Employment ; Labour market ; New Zealand ; Unemployment
  • The local income and employment impact of Lancaster University
  • Economic impact ; Employment ; England ; Induced effect ; Lancashire ; Local economy ; Multiplicator ; Regional economy ; Students ; United Kingdom ; University
  • Employment ; Farming;Agriculture ; Forestry ; Land use ; Rural economy
  • provides more continuous employment opportunities, which is a disadvantage for social forestry in countries where providing employment opportunities is a development goal. - (l'A.).
  • Changing employment structure in the textile industry of Daegu
  • Employment ; Industry ; Local economy ; South Korea ; Textile industry
  • Forecasting regional employment with shift-share and ARIMA modelling
  • Asturias ; Employment ; Enquiry ; Forecast ; Mathematical model ; Model ; Regional analysis ; Scenario ; Spain ; Working population
  • Income and employment dynamics in Europe
  • Correlation ; Employment ; Europe ; Income ; Industrial region ; Unemployment ; Years 1990-99
  • Measuring the employment effects on the rural renewal tax scheme
  • Cost-benefit analysis ; Economic growth ; Economic impact ; Employment ; Ireland ; Project ; Rural area ; Taxation system
  • Sectoral shifts, employment specialization and the efficiency of matching : an analysis using UK regional data
  • Adaptation ; Economic efficiency ; Employment ; Labour market ; Region ; Specialization ; United Kingdom
  • Employees domestiques dans la Chine actuelle : le service domestique au croisement des rapports sociaux de sexe et de la hierarchie urbain/rural
  • Qingdao - Shanghai - Chine - Asie orientale - Asie - Employees de maison - Relation ville/campagne - Travailleurs migrants - Femmes
  • Income and employment disparities across European regions : the role of national and spatial factors
  • Convergence ; Economic impact ; Employment ; Europe ; European Union ; Income ; Region ; Regional disparities ; Unemployment
  • Workers compensation and state employment growth
  • Economic reform ; Employment ; Insurance ; Mathematical model ; United States of America ; Wage ; Worker
  • Manpower and employment in Arab countries. Some critical issues. Selected papers and reports of the ILO/ECWA Seminar on manpower and employment planning in Arab countries, Beirut, May 1975
  • De Noordbrabantse werkgelegenheidsstructuur en de perspectieven die zij biedt nader beschouwd The employment structure of Noord-Brabant and the perspectives for the near future
  • An analysis of the development of the employment structure in the period 1963-1975 in the four subregions of the province Noord-Brabant. On joindra: Stad en gewest's-Hertogenbosch, (Town and region's-Hertogenbosch), Noord-Brabant, 1976, t. XX, n5
  • , 24p. A special issue with attention to suburbanisation, inner city reconstruction and employment structure of this region of the province Nood-Brabant written by several authors. (AGD).
  • The German federal employment program for regions with special employment problems. An evaluation
  • Service sector office employment and regional imbalance in Britain, 1966-71
  • . An attempt is made to estimate the actual contribution of office relocation by service industries to regional office employment growth between 1966 and 1971. It seems that service sector office employment growth in problem regions will depend more upon
  • Personeel op drift: Hoe reageren personeelsleden op een verplaatsing van hun bedrijf? (Workers on the move: the reactions of employees on enterprise relocation)
  • The authors place the results of a research on the consequences of relocations of enterprises for their employees within the framework of dual labour market theory. The majority of the employees which can be considered as the secondary segment
  • The impact of a PSE program on employment and participants. (Public Service Employment)
  • Employee's experience of new factories in North East England| survey evidence on some implications of British regional policy
  • Economie régionale ; Emploi ; Employé ; England ; Enquête ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Industrie ; Main-d'oeuvre ; Marché du travail ; Mobilité industrielle ; Royaume-Uni ; Technique de recherche
  • Etude de la mobilité des industries dans le Nord-Est de l'Angleterre, basée sur une enquête effectuée auprès des employés d'établissements récents, où les questions abordaient leur propre expérience du travail et le marché de l'emploi.
  • Re-thinking employment and unemployment
  • Economic theory ; Employment ; Employment policy ; Labour ; Social theory ; Theory ; Unemployment
  • A tale of twelve cities: metropolitan employment change in dynamic industries in the 1980s
  • Agglomeration ; Division of labour ; Economic base ; Employment ; Industrial complex ; Industry ; Innovation ; Post-Fordism ; Service ; Specialization ; United States of America ; Urban economy
  • , decline and specialization and suggest that the sources of employment growth characterizing the 1980s may no longer be those of the 1990s.
  • Skills, wages and employment in East and West Germany
  • Demand ; Employment ; Germany ; Industrial branch ; Industrial employment ; Labour ; Labour market ; Production fonction ; Professional qualification ; Wage
  • Demographic change ; Economic impact ; Employment ; Land ; Mountain ; Regional economy ; Rocky Mountains ; United States of America ; Wilderness
  • The paper finds, for a sample of 250 nonurban counties in the eight states of the intermountain west, no evidence that the existence of federal wilderness is directly or indirectly associated with either population-density or total-employment
  • -density growth between 1980 and 1990. This empirical finding is based on a disequilibrium model of population and employment growth. The study finds no empirical evidence that county-level resource-based employment is adversely affected by the existence
  • Transitions in rural Sarawak: off-farm employment in the Kemena basin
  • Employment ; Enquiry ; Family income ; Farming system ; Malaysia ; Rural change ; Rural community ; Sarawak
  • The connections between the major resource exploitation activities and the rural population operate through two main channels: formal State aid to rural households, and the informal practice of off-farm employment. Three main sources of income
  • Job duration and the macro-evaluation of employment policy : the example of UK regional policy
  • Employment ; Employment policy ; Induced effect ; Investment ; Regional policy ; United Kingdom
  • A game theoretic approach to subsidizing employment
  • Economic strategy ; Employment ; Employment policy ; Game theory ; Grant ; Model ; Regional policy ; United Kingdom ; Wage;Salary ; Work
  • French towns, higher urban functions and strategic employment
  • Employment ; Employment structure ; France ; Professional structure ; Socio-professional category ; Town ; Urban function ; Working population
  • Intrametropolitan employment distribution in Montreal, 1981-1996
  • Canada ; Centrality ; Decentralization ; Employment ; Employment structure ; Montréal ; Quebec ; Suburbanization ; Urban structure ; Workplace
  • The potential bias in producer service employment estimates : the case of the Canadian space economy
  • Canada ; Economic space ; Employment ; Input-output model ; Job creation ; Producer services ; Service
  • by decomposing service industry data into its producer and consumer services content. This method can give a truer estimate of the actual employment in producer services at various spatial levels.
  • A spatial employment and economic development model
  • Chicago ; Employment ; Ethnic group ; Illinois ; Input-output model ; Neighbourhood ; Residential location ; Spatial interaction ; United States ; Urban economy ; Urban transport ; Working population ; Workplace
  • A large-scale model for urban and regional economic development planning is described. It is under development at the University of Illinois at Chicago. The « Spatial Employment and Economic Development » procedure currently gives a variety of labor
  • Forecasting state and local population growth with limited data : the use of employment-migration relationships and trends in vital rates
  • In this paper, growth of state and local population is related to the area's net natural increase and to its net migration. In turn, net migration is related to the growth of national employment and to the growth of regional civilian and military
  • employment. The model is estimated for two regions, the El Paso SMSA (Texas) and the state of New Mexico.
  • Employability of graduates in science and technology and geographical mobility : the contribution of the university of Ngaoundere
  • Cameroon ; Employment ; Enquiry ; Graduates ; Mobility ; University
  • L’article analyse les méthodes d’insertion professionnelles employées par les diplômés des filières sciences et techniques de l’université de Ngaoundéré (Cameroun).L’enquête par questionnaire effectuée auprès de les diplômés de l’université de
  • Regional decline of manufacturing employment in Japan during an era of prolonged stagnation
  • Deindustrialization ; Employment ; Industrial decline ; Industrial employment ; Industrial restructuring ; Japan ; Region ; Years 1990-99
  • Determinants of variation in population-employment interaction findings : a quasi-experimental meta-analysis
  • Econometric model ; Employment ; Friesland ; Labour market ; Methodology ; Netherlands (The) ; Settlement
  • Using data for the northern Netherlands (1988-2002), the article investigates the ambiguity in results in the population-employment interaction literature. The analysis deals with the issue whether jobs follow people or people follow jobs. Some
  • European integration and the spatial dynamics of manufacturing-employment change
  • Competitiveness ; Employment ; Europe ; European Union ; European integration ; Industrial branch ; Industry ; Job creation ; Location ; Shift-share analysis ; Spatial dynamics ; Specialization
  • This dynamics is examined in thirteen European Union countries between 1978 and 1996, mainly through the utilisation of shift-share techniques. The key finding is that the geography of manufacturing employment has remained almost intact
  • Firm spin-offs (also called employee start-ups) are characterized by an employee firm leaving his current employer to start his own firm by using specialized knowledge, technologies, services or products developed in his former employment
  • Unemployment, selective employment measures and inter-regional mobility of labour
  • Employment ; Employment policy ; Finland ; Impact ; Internal migration ; Interregional migration ; Labour ; Labour mobility ; Local labour market ; Unemployment
  • Job access and employment among low-skilled autoless workers in US metropolitan areas
  • Accessibility ; Employment ; Logit model ; Precarious employment ; Probability ; Spatial mismatch ; United States of America ; Urban transport
  • Probit model forecasts of national and state manufacturing and construction employment downturns
  • Business cycle ; Economic indicators ; Economic recession ; Employment ; Forecast ; Industrial employment ; Simulation ; Time series ; United States of America
  • Slopes and slides : spatial inequalities in employment opportunities in Hungary at the turn of the Millennium
  • Correlation ; Employment ; Hungary ; Indicator ; Location ; Settlement ; Social structure ; Town ; Village ; Years 1990-99
  • This paper seeks to analyse those vigorous spatial processes of the 1990, focusing on employment issues. The first part of this paper examines indicators revealing the social structure of villages on the basis of settlement categories according
  • The location of employment growth after 1978 : the surprising significance of dispersed centres
  • Updating input-output tables using employment data : a reformulation
  • Employment data and the classification of urban settlements
  • Rural-nonfarm employment and migration : evidence from Costa Rica
  • Three-and-a-half million U.S. employees have been islaid or an explanation of unemployment, 1934-1941
  • The determining significance of the raw material sources for the industrialization of an area, for the employment and the development of the habitation