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title = "The Resilience of Employment in Wales: Through Recession and into Recovery",
abstract = "Sensier M. and Artis M. The resilience of employment in Wales: through recession and into recovery, Regional Studies. The dimensions of resilience of the Welsh employment cycle are assessed. The Welsh economy has undergone reorientation and renewal since the deep crisis of the 1980s and it was more resistant than the UK for the 1990s' crisis and has recovered its pre-recession peak for the most recent crisis. To visualize the regional spread of the most recent recession in Wales, turning points in unitary authority unemployment claims are dated and a series of maps show when Welsh authorities entered recession. It is found that the housing sector and manufacturing survey data are the best predictors of the Welsh employment cycle. {\textcopyright} 2014 {\textcopyright} 2014 Regional Studies Association.",
keywords = "Chamber of Commerce surveys, Classical business cycles, Employment, Logistic model, Unemployment claimant count, Wales",
author = "Marianne Sensier and Michael Artis",
note = "We would like to thank the Welsh Government and the Economic and Social Research Council for commissioning this work. The views expressed in the paper are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the Welsh Government. We would also like to thank Tim Fearnside for producing the maps in Figure 4, David Blackaby, Gillian Bristow and two anonymous referees for their helpful comments. The work was revised under the ESPON programme {\^a}€˜Economic Crises: Resilience of Regions{\^a}€™. The authors gratefully acknowledge this support.",
year = "2014",
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language = "English",
journal = "Regional Studies",
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