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Cutting the apron strings? The clustering of young graduates and the role of the public sector

Publication type
Wright,J;. (2011) Cutting the apron strings? The clustering of young graduates and the role of the public sector . Unassigned, 1 (). pp. 0-0. 33 pages.

Abstract

Increased public sector demand in the regions of the UK seems to have driven the 'spreading out effect' of young graduates, but public sector cuts will threaten the ability of these cities and regions to retain graduates.
Publication type:
Report
Theme(s) and sub-theme(s):
Economic and social context of higher education > Economic impact of HE
Economic and social context of higher education > Devolved HE: regional perspectives
Authors:
Wright,J;
Publication title:
Unassigned
Official URL:
Reference number:
BCRI219
Summary deposited on:
9 Mar 2011
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