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- Home based work: an empirical assessment
- Newton, Peter W.; Crawford, John R.; Brotchie, John F.
- The role of the residence as a locus for economic activity continues to evolve as society changes its modes of production, reproduction and consumption. The level and nature of home-based work in two contrasting Melbourne suburbs is examined.
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- Journal article
- People and Place, Vol. 2, no. 4 (1994), pp. 22-29
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- Australia; Box Hill; Business; Coburg; Demography; Employment; Melbourne; Residence based work; Socioeconomic profiles
- Monash University Press
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- Copyright © 1994 Monash University and the authors. Published version of this paper reproduced with the kind permission of the publisher.
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