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Nick Bailey

Nick Bailey is Professor of Urban Studies based in the School of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Glasgow. He has published in the fields of housing and urban policy, as well as in poverty, and has advised national and local government on the analysis of poverty and social exclusion. In addition to his involvement in the PSE-UK research team, he has more recently played a leading role in the development of research using administrative data, through both the Urban Big Data Centre at Glasgow, and the Administrative Data Research Centre for Scotland.
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Poverty and Social Exclusion in the UK

Volume 2 - The Dimensions of Disadvantage

This fascinating book provides a detailed national picture of poverty and social exclusion. Chapters consider a range of dimensions of exclusion and explores relationships between these in the first truly multi-dimensional analysis.

Policy Press

Population turnover and area deprivation

Understanding the dynamics of population turnover or migration driving area change is key to improving efforts at neighbourhood regeneration and developing mixed or sustainable communities. This report provides the first analysis of neighbourhood migration flows for the whole of England and Scotland.

A free pdf is available at www.jrf.org.uk

Policy Press