Donald Houston
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Employability, skills mismatch and spatial mismatch in metropolitan labour markets
D Houston
Urban Studies 42 (2), 221-243, 2005
Exploring the social impacts of flood risk and flooding in Scotland
A Werritty, D Houston, T Ball, A Tavendale, A Black
Scottish Executive, Central Research Unit, 2007
Pluvial (rain-related) flooding in urban areas: the invisible hazard
D Houston, A Werrity, D Bassett, A Geddes, A Hoolachan, M McMillan
Joseph Rowntree Foundation, 2011
Will attracting the “creative class” boost economic growth in old industrial regions? A case study of Scotland
D Houston, A Findlay, R Harrison, C Mason
Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography 90 (2), 133-149, 2008
Methods to test the spatial mismatch hypothesis
DS Houston
Economic geography 81 (4), 407-434, 2005
The gender turnaround: Young women now travelling more than young men
S Tilley, D Houston
Journal of transport geography 54, 349-358, 2016
Escalators, elevators and travelators: the occupational mobility of migrants to South-East England
A Findlay, C Mason, D Houston, D McCollum, R Harrison
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 35 (6), 861-879, 2009
Getting off the escalator? A study of Scots out-migration from a global city region
A Findlay, C Mason, R Harrison, D Houston, D McCollum
Environment and Planning A 40 (9), 2169-2185, 2008
Fit for work? Health, employability and challenges for the UK welfare reform agenda
D Houston, C Lindsay
Policy studies 31 (2), 133-142, 2010
Low carbon housing: a ‘Green’wolf in sheep's clothing?
LA Reid, D Houston
Housing Studies 28 (1), 1-9, 2013
The importance of housing and neighbourhood resources for urban microbusinesses
D Reuschke, D Houston
European Planning Studies 24 (6), 1216-1235, 2016
Fit for purpose? Welfare reform and challenges for health and labour market policy in the UK
C Lindsay, D Houston
Environment and Planning A 43 (3), 703-721, 2011
A gendered theory of employment, unemployment, and sickness
C Beatty, S Fothergill, D Houston, R Powell, P Sissons
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 27 (6), 958-974, 2009
Disability benefits, welfare reform and employment policy
C Lindsay, D Houston
Springer, 2013
City economies and microbusiness growth
D Houston, D Reuschke
Urban Studies 54 (14), 3199-3217, 2017
Women on incapacity benefits
C Beatty, S Fothergill, D Houston, R Powell, P Sissons
CRESR-Sheffield Hallam University, 2009
Connected cities
I Docherty, G Guiliano, D Houston
Bringing Incapacity Benefit numbers down: to what extent do women need a different approach?
C Beatty, S Fothergill, D Houston, R Powell
Policy studies 31 (2), 143-162, 2010
The changing geography of privately rented housing in England and Wales
D Houston, P Sissons
Urban Studies 49 (4), 795-819, 2012
Job proximity and the urban employment problem: Do suitable nearby jobs improve neighbourhood employment rates?: A comment
D Houston
Urban Studies 35 (12), 2353-2357, 1998
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