Inequality and Employment Polarisation in British cities
Dr Neil Lee, Dr Paul Sissons and Katy Jones
07 May 2013
Wage inequality and employment polarisation – where employment is increasingly divided into high- and low-skilled jobs – are seen as important social problems, which a number of cities have attempted to address at a local level. This study investigates the geography of wage inequality and employment polarisation in British cities, their determinants and implications.
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