- Contemporary Deindustrialisation and Tertiarisation in the London Economy. Graham, Daniel; Spence, Nigel // Urban Studies (Routledge);Jun95, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p885
This study provides an empirical examination of recent change in the London economy to assess the degree to which the processes of deindustrialisation and tertiarisation have affected the capital. Three different components of the London economy are considered-output, establishment structure and...
- London and Property Markets: A Long-term View. Ball, Michael // Urban Studies (Routledge);Jun96, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p859
This paper examines the relationship between investment in built structures, economic growth and economic cycles in the UK from the middle of the 19th century and relates its findings to the development of London. A rising price of built structures relative to investment in equipment has existed...
- City limits. Percival-Straunik, Lindsay // Director;Jun98, Vol. 51 Issue 11, p70
Focuses on the prospects for growth for the financial markets of London, England. Implications of the cultural renaissance experienced by the city on the financial market; Development projects that have a positive impact on the economy; Need for the city to address problems associated with...
- Regional boost. // Professional Engineering;02/12/97, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p4
Announces the implementation of 91 projects in the pipeline for Regional Selective Assistance in London, England.
- The lure of London. Brown, Erik // Management Today;Feb1994, p81
Presents the advantages offered by London, England as a business location. London's gross domestic product; Dependence of Great Britain on London as a market; Discussion of a report from the Corporation of London produced by Professor Douglas McWilliams of the Center for Economics and Business...
- London corners the market in Euro Finance. // Management Accounting: Magazine for Chartered Management Account;Jan94, Vol. 72 Issue 1, p9
Reports on the emergence of London, England as the dominant force across European financial markets, with United Kingdom regional centers losing out in the process. Continuation of process of centralization; Performance of other regional centers.
- Royal Greenwich up the creek? Aldous, Tony // History Today;Dec96, Vol. 46 Issue 12, p29
Presents information about Greenwich, the Royal Naval college and Georgian town designed by Joseph Kay. How the Department of National heritage has nominated Royal Greenwich as a World Heritage site; Things that are in good status for Greenwich; Another hopeful sign on the improvement of...
- The puzzle of transport in London. Hibbert, Lee // Professional Engineering;11/15/2000, Vol. 13 Issue 21, p46
Focuses on the railroad networks in London, England, as of November 15, 2000. Overcrowding being experienced by the rail networks; Background on the rail networks' lack of capacity; Efforts to reduce overcrowding.
- London loses its puff. // Credit Management;May2003, p10
Reports on the economic situation in London, England. Economic effect o unemployment in the city; Weak consumer demand; Uncertainty in the city's labour market.