People, jobs, and mobility in the new Europe
This book addresses one of the big issues of the 1990s ? migration. It covers the whole of Europe, not just the EU, connecting theoretical debates about the underlying causes of spatial, economic and social change with detailed empirical work on people, jobs and economic restructuring in specific countries, regions and cities. This multi-layered topic is addressed through chapters which are conceptual and theoretical in content, and through country and region specific case studies. The selected case studies ensure that all the important types of regions described in the recent literature on economic restructuring are taken into account. This book will be an important contribution to a key topic in economic and population geography and regional economics.
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Population and Economic Restructuring
The Economic Framework of Migrations in Europe 196090
Migration Counterurbanization and Regional Restructuring
PEOPLE JOBS AND RESTRUCTURING IN EUROPEAN
Youth Migration Labour Market Restructuring and Locality in
Unemployment in EastCentral Europe and its Consequences
PEOPLE JOBS AND RESTRUCTURING IN EUROPEAN CORE
The Case of
Jobs Housing and Population Redistribution in Randstad Holland
The Effects of Economic Restructuring on the Populations of Western