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  • Sectoral change and unemployment during the Great Recession, in historical perspective
  • Economic activity ; Economic geography ; Economic recession ; Employment ; Industrial sector ; Labour market ; Regional analysis ; Unemployment ; United States of America
  • This article examines the effect of sectoral change on U.S. state unemployment during the Great Recession. Of the 4.1 percentage point increase in mean state unemployment between 2007 and 2009, increased structural change explains 0.6–1.18
  • percentage points, and increased estimated effects of structural change 0.8–2.7 percentage points. Despite the role of housing in the recession, neither construction nor any other one sector can account for the results. Although the pace and role
  • of structural change had returned to normal levels after the Great Recession, their effects persisted, raising mean state unemployment by 0.9–2.3 percentage points in 2011.
  • [b1] Dept. of Economics, College of Business and Behavioral Science, Univ., Clemson, Etats-Unis
  • The social consequences of migration with reference to economic recession in Geographical agenda for a changing world.
  • Institutional responses to the UK housing market recession
  • Economic behaviour ; Finance ; Financial aid ; Financial institution ; Housing ; Housing cost ; Housing market ; Insurance ; Interest rate ; United Kingdom
  • While demand-side factors are important in explaining te phenomenon of recession, the A. examines the responses of the major institutions (lenders, insurance companies and the government) to the recession, covering the period up to the autumn
  • Predicting national and regional recessions using probit modeling and interest-rate spreads
  • Economic recession ; Economic situation ; Forecast ; Model ; Probability ; Regional economy ; United States of America
  • The electoral geography of recession : local economic conditions, public perceptions and the economic vote in the 1992 British general election
  • Economic recession ; Economic situation ; Electoral behaviour ; Electorate ; Model ; Perception ; Political geography ; United Kingdom
  • The role of defense cuts in the California recession: computable general equilibrium models and interstate factor mobility
  • California ; Defence ; Economic impact ; Economic recession ; Employment ; Military expenditures ; Model ; Regional economy ; Scenario ; United States of America
  • [b1] Dept. of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of California, Berkeley, Etats-Unis
  • Inner-city real estate investment, gentrification, and economic recession in New York City
  • Economic recession ; Gentrification ; Housing ; Inner city ; Investment ; New York City ; Real estate market ; Rehabilitation ; United States of America
  • Recession, the state and working-class shelter : a comparison of Quito and Guayaquil during the 1980s
  • Economic policy ; Economic recession ; Ecuador ; Guayaquil ; Housing ; Large city;Metropolis ; Poverty ; Public service ; Quito ; Standard of living ; Urban administration ; Urban development ; Working class
  • Regional implications of the 2001 recession
  • Business cycle ; Economic recession ; Employment ; Impact ; Living standard ; Regional analysis ; Regional economy ; Regression analysis ; United States of America
  • [b1] Dept. of Economics, UNC, Charlotte, Etats-Unis
  • International migration and recession
  • Business cycle ; Economic recession ; Flow ; Foreign worker ; International migration ; Labour migration ; Scotland ; United Kingdom
  • , as substitutional and as complementary. In the former case the demand for migrant labour is highly sensitive to economic cycles. The article identifies the mechanisms accounting for the geographical distinctiveness of complementary migrant labour flows over
  • The disparate neighborhood impacts of the Great Recession
  • Business cycle ; Chicago ; Credit ; Economic recession ; Economy ; Ethnic minority ; Foreclosure ; Housing cost ; Illinois ; Income ; Job vacancy ; Neighbourhood ; Social geography ; United States of America
  • This article measures the crime, housing, and economic domains of neighborhood quality of life in Chicago over the 2000–2009 period. It finds that the local dynamic manifestations of macroeconomic cycles were far more nuanced than have been
  • previously observed. It demonstrates that he Great Recession has disparate negative impacts on lower-income and minority-occupied neighborhoods’ local job opportunities, home prices, and home foreclosures, though this was not true for credit or crime
  • indicators. It concludes that credit indicators perform geographically much differently than in the prior Chicago recession.
  • Residential development during the Great Recession : a shifting focus in Phoenix, Arizona
  • Arizona ; Economic recession ; Housing ; Land use ; Land value ; Phoenix ; Real estate development ; Real estate market ; United States of America ; Zoning
  • This article examines the residential development during the Great Recession in Phoenix, Arizona during the 2002–2006 real estate boom and the 2006–2012 crash and global recession. Results show a preference for cheaper land and agricultural
  • Agriculture in recession. The regional financial performance of Australian broadacre livestock farming
  • Agricultural crisis ; Agricultural price ; Agriculture ; Australia ; Crop yield ; Economic efficiency ; Livestock farming ; Regional disparities ; Regression analysis
  • The changing geography of recession: analyses of local unemployment time series
  • Business cycle ; Cluster analysis ; Economic recession ; Local labour market ; Spatial analysis ; Time series ; Unemployment ; United Kingdom
  • Migration, recession and an emerging transnational biopolitics across Europe
  • Biopower ; Economic recession ; Europe ; Family ; Governmentality ; Impact ; International migration ; Remittances ; Return migration ; Scale ; Transnationalism
  • Czech Republic ; Economic crisis ; Economic development ; Economic recession ; Foreign worker ; Induced effect ; International migration ; Labour migration ; Remittances
  • , in comparison with other potential sources for financing development, even in times of economic recession or crisis and at both regional and global levels. According to carried out analysis of “immigration surplus”, labour migration does not constitute a burden
  • This paper introduces certain trends and links between labour migration and remittances, during the current global economic crisis. Remittances clearly represent the most stable source of finances for stimulating development in poor countries
  • Neighborhood quality-of-life dynamics and the Great Recession : the case of Charlotte, North Carolina
  • Business cycle ; Economic recession ; Economy ; Household ; Living conditions ; Neighbourhood ; North Carolina ; Quality of life ; United States of America ; Urban area
  • This article examines neighborhood quality-of-life (QoL) dynamics and the Great Recession in the city of Charlotte, North Carolina. Results indicate that those falling within the lowest QoL category exhibited the greatest boost in relative upward
  • mobility in the boom leading up to the re-cession. When the composite QoL index was decomposed into four dimensions—crime, social, economic, and physical—the results were varied and revealed no systematic improvement across any singular dimension
  • Consumer behaviour ; Economic recession ; Frontier ; Retail trade ; Slovak Republic ; Urban economy
  • . The investigation was aimed at finding out the peculiarities arising from the economic recession and from the fact that Komárno lies on the border. - (AM)
  • , analyzes the transformation of Slovak retail trade in the past few years. After providing an overlook of the national trends, the characteristic features of retail trade in Komárno are introduced. Those economic processes which are pointed out have
  • Resilience planning, economic change and the politics of post-recession development in London and Hong Kong
  • Economic crisis ; Economic recession ; England ; Hong Kong ; London ; Resilience ; Role of the State ; United Kingdom ; Urban development ; Urban economy
  • De-gentrification and economic recession: the case of New York City