This monograph considers issues that are central to our understanding of self-employment in the UK. The author begins with a review on the evidence of the role of self employment and entrepreneurship in employment creation. The discussion then moves on to consider self-employment as a route for advancement of many groups in society that face disadvantage in the labour market. The author concludes by considering the role of government in this relationship.
Putting social housing in its place; Housing is different; How we got to where we are; Why some policies succeed and others do not; Current policies; All talk -- the changing culture of housing; A blueprint for change; Conclusion: liberating landlords and tenants