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  • The state, skilled labour markets, and immigration : the case of doctors in England
  • Doctor of medicine ; England ; Health ; Immigration ; International migration ; Labour ; Labour market ; Skilled labour ; United Kingdom
  • The AA. seek to explore some of the complexities of shifting labour markets and immigration regulations and their influence on the geography of migration of doctors in England. State regulations have been altered to meet the specificities
  • of internal labour-market shortages and that the level of the state remains a useful analytical level for understanding the skilled migration of doctors.
  • 2002
  • A reflection on population stability and the labor market by people living in Czech border regions
  • Czech Republic ; Enquiry ; Frontier ; Frontier region ; Labour market ; Population
  • Reflection of the population and the labour market stability, based on a survey in sixteen selected border microregions in whole Czechia. The most often mentioned reasons for not moving were housing, family relations, work and the feeling being here
  • 2002
  • Languages of labour : representational strategies in Singapore's labour control regime
  • Discourse ; Labour ; Labour market ; Management ; Manpower ; Power ; Singapore ; State control
  • 2002
  • 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
  • 2002
  • Regional labour markets in transition. Special issue
  • Accessibility ; Commuting ; Employment ; Finland ; German Democratic Republic ; Labour ; Labour market ; Netherlands (The) ; Regional analysis ; Spain ; Spatial distribution ; Unemployment
  • 2002
  • Mismatch in local labour markets in central Scotland : the neglected role of demand
  • Demand ; Employment ; Enquiry ; Firm strategy ; Labour ; Local labour market ; Model ; Professional qualification ; Scotland ; Unemployment ; United Kingdom
  • 2002
  • Labour market ; Poland ; Rural area ; Spatial differentiation ; Unemployment
  • The introduction of market economy after 1989 changed the situation on the labour market contributing to the coming into existence a category of people - unemployed. The difficult situation on the labour market in the whole economy has its
  • 2002
  • The definition of housing market areas and strategic planning
  • Definition ; Delimitation ; Housing ; Housing market ; Market area ; Price ; Research technique ; Residential location ; Residential mobility ; Scotland ; United Kingdom
  • of spatial arbitrage, a local housing market area is defined by reference to criteria linked to migration self-containment, similar to the travel-to-work areas used to define spatial labour market systems. This definition is tested empirically by developing
  • The paper offers a concept of a housing market area (HMA), in order to shed a light on sub-regional structures of the housing system and hence provide a methodological framework for strategic research in the housing market. Based on the principal
  • 2002
  • Casual labour ; Industrial restructuring ; Labour market ; Precarious employment ; Producer services ; Service ; United States of America
  • 2002
  • Bank ; Casual labour ; Flexibility ; Germany ; Hessen ; Industrial sector ; Labour ; Labour market ; Part-time work ; Region ; Stuttgart
  • 2002
  • The elite, the natives, and the outsiders : migration and labor market segmentation in urban China
  • China ; Decision ; Internal migration ; Labour market ; Market segmentation ; Town ; Urban economy ; Urban immigration
  • The A. argues that the migration and labor market processes in Chinese cities are deeply influenced by an institution-based opportunity structure. The experiences of temporary migrants seem to contrast with those of permanent state-sponsored
  • and temporary migrants. Resident status is central to explaining migration processes and labor market segmentation in the Chinese city. Permanent migrants are the most privileged and successful elite.
  • 2002
  • Agricultural sector ; Casual labour ; Germany ; International agreement ; International migration ; Labour ; Labour market ; Labour migration ; Regulation
  • 2002
  • Why do national labor market practices continue to diverge in the global economy ? The missing link of investment rules
  • Competition ; Employment ; Enterprise ; Flexibility ; Governance ; International economy ; Investment ; Labour ; Labour market ; Producer services ; Service industry
  • 2002
  • Spillover effects of welfare reforms in state labor markets
  • Economic impact ; Job creation ; Labour ; Labour market ; Model ; Simulation ; Social policy ; United States of America ; Wage
  • 2002
  • Migration and regional labor market adjustment : Chile 1977-1982 and 1987-1992
  • Chile ; Internal migration ; Labour ; Local labour market ; Migratory flow ; Model ; Probability
  • 2002
  • Geographical perspectives on gendered labour markets. Special issue
  • Employment policy ; Europe ; European Union ; Female work ; Feminism ; Gender difference ; Labour ; Labour market ; Social inequality ; Spatial differentiation ; Woman ; Work organization
  • 2002
  • Europe ; Innovation ; Labour ; Labour market ; Public policy ; Social exclusion ; Unemployment
  • 2002
  • Capitalism ; Concept ; Decision making process ; Epistemology ; German school ; Labour ; Labour market ; Society
  • 2002
  • Employment ; Income ; Labour ; Labour market ; Living standard ; Methodology ; Regional disparities ; United Kingdom
  • 2002
  • Concept ; International migration ; Labour migration ; Local labour market ; Market ; Migration ; Mobility ; Recreation migration ; Second home ; Tourism
  • 2002