Economic growth, Economic geography, Unemployment, Labour economics and Context are her primary areas of study. Her Economic growth study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Demographic economics, Lifelong learning, Census, Tertiary sector of the economy and Ethnic group. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Social policy, Human resource management, Flexibility and Yield.
Her work carried out in the field of Economic geography brings together such families of science as Development economics and North–South divide. Her study in Unemployment is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Social science and Economic history. Her study deals with a combination of Labour economics and Dual.
Her primary areas of study are Labour economics, Economic growth, Public relations, Unemployment and Context. Her studies deal with areas such as Employability, Public policy and Recession as well as Labour economics. Economic growth is frequently linked to Development economics in her study.
Her research on Public relations frequently links to adjacent areas such as Training.
Her main research concerns Labour economics, Public relations, Poverty, Economic growth and Context. Her Labour economics research includes elements of Productivity, Earnings and Market policy, Unemployment. Her study looks at the relationship between Public relations and topics such as Employability, which overlap with Knowledge management.
Her Poverty study incorporates themes from Training, Development economics, Employment structure and Demographic economics. The concepts of her Demographic economics study are interwoven with issues in Social psychology, Face and Gerontology. Particularly relevant to Inclusive growth is her body of work in Economic growth.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Labour economics, Public relations, Employability, Context and Economic growth. Her research integrates issues of Student employment, Market segmentation and Unemployment in her study of Labour economics. Her work on Labour force survey as part of general Unemployment research is frequently linked to Regional studies, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
She works mostly in the field of Public relations, limiting it down to concerns involving Devolution and, occasionally, Public administration and Scope. The Employability study combines topics in areas such as Market policy, Knowledge management and Diversity. Her Economic growth study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Development economics.
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Services and Uneven Development
J Marshall;P Wood;P Daniels;A McKinnon.
An Efficient Algorithm to Generate Official Statistical Reporting Areas: The Case of the 1984 Travel-to-Work Areas Revision in Britain
M. G. Coombes;Anne E. Green;S. Openshaw.
Journal of the Operational Research Society (1986)
A Question of Compromise? Case Study Evidence on the Location and Mobility Strategies of Dual Career Households
Anne E. Green.
Regional Studies (1997)
The incidence of inherited metabolic disorders in the West Midlands, UK
Simon Sanderson;Anne Green;Maryanne Preece;Hilary Burton.
Archives of Disease in Childhood (2006)
Longer distance commuting as a substitute for migration in Britain: a review of trends, issues and implications.
Anne E. Green;Terence Hogarth;R. E. Shackleton.
International Journal of Population Geography (1999)
The real level of unemployment 2002
C. Beatty;S. Fothergill;T. Görler;Anne E. Green.
The Changing Geography of Producer Services Employment in Britain
A. E. Gillespie;Anne E. Green.
Regional Studies (1987)
Who decides what? Decision making in dual-career households
Irene Hardill;Anne E. Green;Anna Dudleston;David Owen.
Work, Employment & Society (1997)
Substantive Issues in the Definition of “Localities”: Evidence from Sub–Group Local Labour Market Areas in the West Midlands
M. G. Coombes;Anne E. Green;D. W. Owen.
Regional Studies (1988)
Intensive enteral feeding in advanced cirrhosis: reversal of malnutrition without precipitation of hepatic encephalopathy.
C. P. J. Charlton;E. Buchanan;C. E. Holden;M. A. Preece.
Archives of Disease in Childhood (1992)
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