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Defining the local labour market: an application of loglinear modelling to the analysis of labour catchment areas

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Dawson J, Findlay A & Sparks L (1986) Defining the local labour market: an application of loglinear modelling to the analysis of labour catchment areas. Environment and Planning A, 18 (9), pp. 1237-1248. http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?partnerID=yv4JPVwI&eid=2-s2.0-0022905569&md5=4cf783c952e8dde0b9c0f00b6b8e055c; https://doi.org/10.1068/a181237

Abstract
This study is an attempt to identify key factors which interact with journey-to-work characteristics to determine the delimitation of local labour markets. A case study of superstores is used. The results are useful in formulating expectations for the extent of different labour markets for superstores. This type of information may be of value in assessing the spatial employment impact of a new superstore and thus has important implications for planning decisionmaking.

Journal
Environment and Planning A: Volume 18, Issue 9

StatusPublished
Publication date30/09/1986
PublisherPion
Publisher URLhttp://www.scopus.com/…b9c0f00b6b8e055c
ISSN0308-518X

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Professor John Dawson
Professor John Dawson

Emeritus Professor, Marketing & Retail

Professor Leigh Sparks
Professor Leigh Sparks

Deputy Principal, Marketing & Retail