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  • Low pay and income in urban and rural areas : evidence from the British Household Panel Survey
  • Countryside ; Family income ; Great Britain ; Labour market ; Living standard ; Poverty ; Spatial differentiation ; Town ; United Kingdom ; Wage
  • Campagne ; Différenciation spatiale ; Great Britain ; Marché du travail ; Niveau de vie ; Pauvreté ; Revenu familial ; Royaume-Uni ; Salaire ; Ville
  • The effects of metropolitan job growth on the size distribution of family income
  • Economic impact ; Employment ; Family income ; Living standard ; Local economy ; Local labour market ; Model ; Town ; United States of America
  • Croissance de l'emploi ; Economie locale ; Emploi ; Etats-Unis ; Impact économique ; Marché local du travail ; Modèle ; Niveau de vie ; Revenu familial ; Ville
  • The effects of region on the welfare and monetary income of Spanish families
  • Employment ; Family income ; Household behaviour ; Labour market ; Living standard ; Quality of life ; Region ; Regional disparities ; Spain ; Taxation system ; Wage inequality
  • Comportement des ménages ; Disparités régionales ; Emploi ; Espagne ; Fiscalité ; Inégalité des revenus ; Marché du travail ; Niveau de vie ; Qualité de la vie ; Revenu familial ; Région
  • Regional income disparity in the Netherlands. An analytical survey and outline model of developments between 1950 and 1975
  • Analyse de régression ; Analyse statistique ; Disparités régionales ; Ghum ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Indicateur économique ; Niveau de vie ; Pays-Bas ; Planification régionale ; Retraités ; Revenu du capital ; Revenu familial ; Revenu per capita
  • Regional income disparity is a major indicator for regional-policy makers. Two things are important to know in that respect: first, the magnitude of differences in regional income, and, secondly, the factors determining those differences. To measure
  • regional income disparity we have used a three-tier hierarchy with at the top either the eleven provinces or seven non-contiguous functional zones. On all four regional levels our calculations show that the disparity in personal income by head of population
  • significant determinants of the differences in regional personal income. Some of these factors were shown to be closely associated with the level of urbanization.
  • Family income ; Household ; Life cycle ; Living standard ; Longitudinal analysis ; Netherlands (The)
  • Analyse longitudinale ; Cycle de vie ; Ménage ; Niveau de vie ; Pays-Bas ; Revenu familial ; Stucture familiale
  • This study deals with questions as how income restrictions affect the transitions in household demographic positions, what the impact is of these transitions on the prosperity at microlevel, and what the long term feasibility is of the target
  • of a stable income development. The empirical part of the study was based on longitudinal data from the Dutch Statistical Office (panel data) referring to income and household position. The study demonstrate the existing interaction between transitions
  • in the demographic course of life and changes of income at an individual level. - (AGD)
  • Farm ; Household ; Income ; Poland ; Post-communism ; Privatisation ; Spatial differentiation ; Years 1990-99
  • The low level of income among farming families triggered a lively interest in the subject of the activity and sources of income in farm households. The work described here has sought to determine the main changes in income levels and structures
  • within the population associated with farms in Poland after 1990. Use of the Agricultural Census of 2002 in turn allowed for an illustration of the spatial differentiation to kinds of activity and sources of income wthin the population on private (family
  • The future of family farming in Israel : the second generation in the Moshav
  • Agriculture ; Diversification ; Economic activity ; Family income ; Farm ; Household ; Israel ; Pluriactivity ; Rural area ; Second-generation migrants
  • Activité économique ; Agriculture ; Diversification ; Espace rural ; Exploitation agricole ; Israël ; Ménage ; Pluri-activité ; Revenu familial ; Seconde génération
  • Australia ; Enquiry ; Family income ; Foreign worker ; International migration ; Investment ; Living standard ; Queensland ; Transfer of funds
  • Australie ; Brisbane ; Enquête ; Investissement ; Migration internationale ; Niveau de vie ; Queensland ; Revenu familial ; Transfert de fonds ; Travailleur étranger
  • series data are employed to examine the relationship between remittances, savings and migrant income in the same two countries. Unrecorded remittances are found to be significant. The transfers constitute an integral part of the family's international
  • The research examines remittances from the receiving and sending ends using household income and expenditure surveys on two Pacific Islands (Tonga, Western Samoa) and among migrants from the same countries in Brisbane, Australia. Secondary time
  • Employment, income, and migration in Appalachia : a spatial simultaneous equations approach
  • Appalachian Mountains ; County ; Economic growth ; Economic situation ; Employment ; Family income ; Internal migration ; Living standard ; Poverty ; Regional economy ; Spatial differentiation ; United States of America
  • Appalachian Mountains ; Comté ; Croissance économique ; Différenciation spatiale ; Economie régionale ; Emploi ; Etats-Unis ; Migration intérieure ; Niveau de vie ; Pauvreté ; Revenu familial ; Situation économique
  • . examine determinants of growth in Appalachia between 1990 and 2000. They show that employment, migration, and median household income are jointly determined by regional covariates and that county economic conditions are conditional on the performance
  • Filtering and gentrifying in Toronto : neighbourhood transitions in and out from the lowest income decile between 1981 and 2006
  • Canada ; Family income ; Gentrification ; Household ; Inner city ; Neighbourhood ; Ontario ; Owner-occupier ; Social geography ; Suburbs ; Toronto ; Unemployment ; Urban policy
  • Banlieue ; Canada ; Centre-ville ; Chômage ; Embourgeoisement ; Géographie sociale ; Ménage ; Ontario ; Politique urbaine ; Propriétaire-occupant ; Quartier ; Revenu familial ; Toronto
  • This study examines the changes between 1981 and 2006 in Toronto’s lowest income neighbourhoods. It shows that the oldest buildings gentrifying while the newer high-rise apartments in the inner suburbs were filtering down to visible minorities
  • , recent immigrants, ethnic minorities, single parents, and the unemployed or underemployed people in low-wage jobs. It also demonstrates that while government transfers to households in the top nine income deciles increased, they decreased for the lowest
  • income households. It concludes that although the average income in the CMA rose faster than rents, rents increased in the lowest decile neighbourhoods with declining incomes.
  • Income elasticities of demand for rental housing in small cities
  • Aide au logement ; Demande ; Elasticité ; Etats-Unis ; Géographie de l'Amérique ; Locataire ; Logement ; Marché du logement ; Petite ville ; Revenu familial ; Ségrégation ; Ségrégation raciale
  • Pareto extrapolation using grouped income data
  • Agrégation ; Biais statistique ; Distribution de Pareto ; Erreur ; Estimation ; Généralités sur la géographie ; Méthode des moindres carrés ; Revenu familial ; Régression linéaire ; Statistique ; Test
  • Factors causing income concentration in Nepal (a case study of eighteen urban centres)
  • Disparité économique ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Inégalité sociale ; Méthodologie ; Niveau de vie ; Népal ; Revenu familial ; Ville
  • Farm and off-farm family income in Australia
  • Employment ; Enquiry ; Family income ; Farming system ; Malaysia ; Rural change ; Rural community ; Sarawak
  • Communauté rurale ; Emploi ; Enquête ; Malaisie ; Mutation rurale ; Revenu familial ; Sarawak ; Système de culture
  • 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
  • Housing famine and homelessness : how the low-income housing crisis affects families with inadequate supports
  • Competition in the private-rented sector: students and low-income families in Brighton, Sussex
  • The changing distribution of low income households in the British urban system
  • Géographie de l'Europe ; Niveau de vie ; Pauvreté ; Revenu familial ; Royaume-Uni ; Répartition de la population ; Ville-campagne
  • Analyse des résultats sur les revenus des ménages provenant de l'inventaire sur les dépenses des ménages (Family Expenditive Survey) montre qu'au début des années 50, les familles à faibles revenus résidaient plus souvent à la campagne que dans les
  • Brittany ; Family income ; Fiscal system;Fiscal policy ; France ; Living standard
  • Bretagne ; Fiscalité ; France ; Niveau de vie ; Revenu familial
  • Economic restructuring ; Education ; Ethnic community ; Family income ; Living standard ; Segregation ; Social inequality ; United States of America ; Wage inequality
  • Education ; Etats-Unis ; Ethnie ; Inégalité des revenus ; Inégalité sociale ; Niveau de vie ; Restructuration économique ; Revenu familial ; Ségrégation