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Study on Employment Zones

Lookup NU author(s): Emeritus Professor Mike Coombes, Dr Simon Raybould



This is the final published version of a report that has been published in its final definitive form by Eurostat, 1992.

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The following report presents the findings and recommendations from a study for Eurostat (the Statistical Office of the European Communities) . Full details of the analyses undertaken as part of 'the research have been supplied to Eurostat on magnetic media. Each of the report's six sections addresses one important question: I. Why are Employment Zones needed? 2. What are the requirements of Employment Zone definitions? 3. Can these requirements all be satisfied? 4. Which member countries have defined Employment Zones before? 5. Can one country's definitíons be applied to other countries? 6. What are the recommended definitions for Employment Zones?

Publication metadata

Author(s): Coombes M, Openshaw S, Wymer C, Charlton M, Raybould S

Series Editor(s): Eurostat

Publication type: Report

Publication status: Published

Series Title: Regional Statistics & Accounts

Type: SOEC Project Report

Year: 1992

Pages: 33

Print publication date: 02/04/1992

Report Number: E/LOC/20

Institution: Eurostat

Place Published: Luxembourg