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Testing the ‘residential rootedness’ hypothesis of self-employment for Germany and the UK
(2013) - Journal article
Based on the notion that entrepreneurship is a ‘local event’, the literature argues that entrepreneurs are ‘rooted’ in place. This paper tests the ‘residential rootedness’‒hypothesis of self-employment by examining for ...
Symmetry and asymmetry in working and commuting arrangements between partners in the Netherlands : does the residential context matter?
(2009-09) - Journal article
Time spent on work and commuting within dual-earner households is often analysed separately for individuals, but this does no justice to the reality of dual-earner households where decisions on work and commuting are made ...
Neighbourhood ethnic mix and the formation of mixed-ethnic unions in Britain : a longitudinal analysis
(2014-02-28) - Journal article
Although developed societies are becoming increasingly ethnically diverse, relatively little research has been conducted on geographies of mixed-ethnic unions (married or cohabiting). There is some recent evidence from the ...
Neighbourhood immigrant concentration effects on migrant and native youth’s educational commitments, an enquiry into personality differences
(2017-08-01) - Journal article
In the literature examining neighbourhood effects on educational outcomes, the socialisation mechanism is usually investigated by looking at the association between neighbourhood characteristics and educational attainment. ...
Behavioural responses to neighbourhood reputations
(2007-06) - Journal article
Most research on the effect of neighbourhood reputations focuses on the influence on attitudes and behaviour of non-residents. Much less attention is paid to the possible effects of a poor neighbourhood reputation on ...
Right to buy … time to move? Investigating the moving behaviour of right to buy owners in the UK
(2013-03) - Journal article
Part of the political argument in favour of the right to buy (RTB) was that it would stimulate the economy by encouraging the inter-regional mobility of those in public sector housing. This is the first study to examine ...
The changing role of the Dutch social rented sector
(2006-09-01) - Journal article
The article traces the evolution of the research interests of Frans Dieleman, an academic who combined the development of analytical models with explorations of the policy implications of the changing structure of housing ...
Integrating entrepreneurship with urban and neighbourhood studies : lessons for future research
(Edward Elgar, 2015-12-18) - Book item