Ways in and out of low income in rural England

Authors: Elaine Kempson, Michael White
Funded by: Countryside Agency
Published by: Countryside Agency
Publication date: April 2003
Report number: CAX 107 / CRN 63

This study built on earlier research with the overall aim of providing a better understanding of the factors that cause people in rural England to move into, or exit from, low income. Within this, the research had four specific objectives:

The research involved secondary analysis of data from the British Household Panel Surveys between 1991 and 1997, along with secondary analysis of the Quarterly Labour Force Survey for 1996 and 1997.

The study was conducted in collaboration with the Policy Studies Institute during Summer 2001.


Ways in and out of low income in rural England (PDF, 48kB) (Research summary)


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