- Title Pages
- List of figures and tables
- Preface and acknowledgements
- Notes on contributors
- About the GELLM research programme
- Abbreviations and acronyms
- One Introduction
- Two Local labour markets in public policy context
- Three Women's labour market situation: myths, puzzles and problems
- Four Segregation and clustering in the labour market: men, women and local-level analysis
- Five Discrimination and disadvantage in local labour markets: issues affecting Black and minority ethnic women
- Six Accessing the labour market
- Seven Job design and working hours: key sources of gender inequality
- Eight Tough at the top: women's career progression – an example in the local government sector
- Nine Conclusion: policy for a change
- Appendix A GELLM research programme research methods
- Appendix B Employment and economic activity indicators for the GELLM localities and England
- Appendix C GELLM area profiles
- Policy for a change
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