Economic Segregation In England Case Study

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Economic segregation in England: Over the past 20 year, the patterns of segregation in England have changed. A lot of evidences confirm that ‘one-size-fits-all’ policies do not work. With no doubt each area should have different policy than the other. Areas with high levels of deficiency need intensive help to reach a ‘take-off’ point before the private sector is more likely to be expected to become involved. Otherwise, they become immovable in a poverty deception, segregated from other parts of the community, but the resources needed to reach the take-off point are great in the most deprived areas. Segregation and integration depend mostly on the areas where the young people and high-income households choose to move to. Internationally, some of the fastest rising cities have attracted these adolescents and households. They are engrossed by…show more content…
The most segregated communities in terms of unemployment are not the same as those most segregated in terms of occupation or educational qualifications. • In terms of unemployment, segregation has been declining over the past 20 years, yet segregation was and still is deeply concentrated in the older industrial areas. • In terms of occupation, segregation is more concentrated here than in unemployment. Patterns of segregation and deficiency depend on a complex set of inter-related forces, covering the operation of local housing markets, labor markets and how people transfer between different areas. At the local level, areas increase in the core according to the movement of households in or out the area. Movement is very approachable to local housing market conditions. These are strongly related to local levels of deprivation and the state of the labor market. But the most important result from the study is that the housing market does not respond in a straightforward manner to change in the level of

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