2 edition of displacement effects of local authority assistance to new firms found in the catalog.
displacement effects of local authority assistance to new firms
by Department of Planning and Landscape, City of Birmingham Polytechnic in Birmingham
Written in English
|Statement||J. Hillier and M. Jackson.|
|Series||Working papers -- 20|
|Contributions||Jackson, M., City of Birmingham Polytechnic. Department of Planning and Landscape.|
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the employment effect is dominated by the displacement of existing firms (area II of the “wave” shown in figure 1).
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