Mobility, housing and labour markets in times of economic crises
Inmaculada Mohino and
José M. Ureña
Regional Studies, 2020, vol. 54, issue 4, 443-449
This special issue addresses the effects of the most recent financial and economic crisis (starting in 2007) on mobility, housing and labour markets, in order to learn some lessons for the future that would enable regions to mitigate the effects of a recession and speed recovery. These empirically based papers cover various different European studies for different regional contexts and scales of analysis (from local to national/international). Of special concern are the Southern European countries, especially badly hit by the economic crisis due to structural problems, labour market conditions and social inequalities.
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