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Transport and urban deprivation

Mr Dodgson | 01 October 1988

The aim of this study is to discover the relationship between the availability of transport, and the problems of deprivation in inner cities and in other urban areas with economic and social problems. The study aims to see how far problems of these a ...

Making sense of nuclear energy;television reporting and public knowledge

Professor John Corner | Sociology | 01 September 1988

Aims : to explore viewing responses to depictions and accounts of the nuclear energy controversy in britain as it had been represented using different television/video formats. Specific objectives were to : a. Record and analyse the understandings an ...

Government and industry relations in britain france west germany and japan

Professor Stephen Wilks | Political Science and International Relations | 01 January 1988

Aims and methods (as at end of award) : there are three primary aims: 1. To summarise and synthesise the research findings of the ten projects undertaken within the government-industry relations research initiative; 2. To develop our theoretical unde ...

Small models for economic forecasting

Prof Holden | 01 January 1988

Aims and methods (as at end of award) : the aim of this research was to see how successful small models are at forecasting the uk economy compared to large structural models such as those of her ma jestys treasury of london business school. The parti ...

Development and evaluation of methods for aggregate data analysis

Prof Brown | 01 November 1987

Aims and methods (as at end of award) : the research project aims to evaluate existing methods in the field of aggregate data analysis and to further develop these methods having the greatest potential. It is proposed that suitable method(s) be made ...

Economic moldelling and forecasting of uk and world economy

Professor Anthony Minford | 01 October 1987

The purpose is to develop the liverpool model of the uk and world economies as the basis for forecasting and policy analysis of the uk. The models are based on rational expectations, portfolio theory and optimal labour supply. The international conte ...

16-19initiative liverpool

Mr Derricott | 01 December 1986

This is a longitudinal study of approximately 1,600 young people who are representative of all liverpool school-leavers. The sample is from two cohorts, initially aged 15-16 and 17-18. These young people will be surveyed by mailed questionnaire on th ...

Family service units.

Dr Starkey | Economic and Social History | 01 July 1993

Application abstract: family service units are closely associated with the development of family casework in britain. They had their origins in the work of pacifist service units in liverpool and manchester during the second world war when the blitz ...

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