Geographic Mobility " The ability to move house and commute is crucial to the well-being of an economy: it affects both productivity and unemployment. Net movements of people away from cities towards the countryside also have effects upon the environment: causing environmental pressure in areas of population growth and urban decay in the cities left behind. "Geographic Mobility" examines patterns and trends of mobility and considers the implications for public policy. By Nick Donovan, Tony Pilch and Tracy Rubenstein of the Strategy Unit. For a variety of presentations and papers on the same theme please visit the Strategic Futures website
By Strategic Futures, UK.