Putting Unemployment in its Place: Using the Samples of Anonymized Records to Explore the Risk of Unemployment in Great Britain in 1991

@inproceedings{Fieldhouse1996PuttingUI,
  title={Putting Unemployment in its Place: Using the Samples of Anonymized Records to Explore the Risk of Unemployment in Great Britain in 1991},
  author={Edward Fieldhouse},
  year={1996}
}
FIELDHOUSE E. A. (1996) Putting unemployment in its place: using the Samples of Anonymized Records to explore the risk of unemployment in Great Britain in 1991, Reg. Studies 30, 119–133. Both ‘(w)here you live and what you do (or did) for a living became increasingly important in the 1980s’ in relation to the propensity to unemployment (McLaughlin, 1992). However, relatively little work has actually combined these different elements, in particular the interrelationship between the sociology of… CONTINUE READING