Informal economic activities and deprived neighbourhoods.

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Evans, M., Syrett, S., Williams, C. and CEEDR (Centre for Enterprise and Economic Development Research) 2006. Informal economic activities and deprived neighbourhoods. London Department of Communities and Local Government.
TypeProject report
TitleInformal economic activities and deprived neighbourhoods.
AuthorsEvans, M., Syrett, S., Williams, C. and CEEDR (Centre for Enterprise and Economic Development Research)
Abstract

This report reviews the relative advantages and disadvantages of some types of informal activity to people in deprived neighbourhoods. It cites ways to incentivise and support people who can move from informal to formal status.

Research GroupLaw and Politics
Centre for Enterprise, Environment and Development Research (CEEDR)
LanguageEnglish
PublisherDepartment of Communities and Local Government
Place of publicationLondon
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Deposited09 Feb 2010
Output statusPublished
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