The Quality of Life in London (Hardback)
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The Quality of Life in London (Hardback)

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Hardback 176 Pages / Published: 28/04/1995
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The essays in this book are drawn from a conference held in London on the subject of Quality of Life in London and New York. Papers on a range of important metropolitan concerns were presented by experts from both sides of the Atlantic within universities, government and the private sector. The conference was convened by the ESRC Joint Unit for the Study of Social Trends (JUSST, now succeeded by CREST, a research centre linking SCPR and Nuffield College, Oxford) and funded by The Commonwealth Fund of New York. The London essays are collected within this volume. They cover employment and the labour market (Ian Gordon), crime (Mike Hough and Pat Mayhew ), civility and public space (Ken Young), transport (Tony Ridley), housing (Christine Whitehead) and education (Donald Naismith), with introductory and concluding overviews by Howard Davies and A H Halsey. Together they cover the key factors that influence the quality of life in London, offering penetrating analyses and possible solutions.

Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
ISBN: 9781855216761
Number of pages: 176
Weight: 458 g
Dimensions: 175 x 250 mm

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