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Lawton, C (2006)
Publisher: emda
Languages: English
Types: Book

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The East Midlands in 2006 is the evidence base that was produced to underpin the devleopment of the regional economic strategy, A Flourishing Region. This document presents detailed analysis of the demography of the East Midlands.
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    • 7 This is calculated at the level of Census Output Areas (OAs), the stable geography for small area statistics developed for use in the 2001 Census. For more information refer to the Office for National Statistics guide to statistical geographies: http://www.statistics.gov.uk/geography/soa.asp 8 For more information on the 2004 Rural and Urban Area Classification, refer to: Countryside Agency, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA), Office of the Deputy Prime Minister (ODPM), Office for National Statistics (ONS), and the Welsh Assembly, Rural and Urban Area Classification, 2004: An Introductory Guide, March 2005.
    • 24 Home Office, Migration: An Economic and Social Analysis, RDS Occasional Paper No. 67, 2001.
    • 25 For definitions of Occupational Groups, see Section 3 on the Labour Market.
    • 26 Portes and French, Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), The impact of free movement of workers from central and eastern Europe on the UK labour market: early evidence, DWP Working Paper No.18, 2005.
    • 27 James Clarke and John Salt, Migration Research Unit, University College London, Work Permits and Foreign Labour in the UK: A Statistical Review, in, ONS Crown Copyright, Labour Market Trends, November 2003.
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