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Katy Jones
Dr Neil Lee
Head of the socio-economic centre
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Dr Paul Sissons
Senior Researcher
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Inequality and Employment Polarisation in British cities

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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