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Non-agricultural employment in northwestern Ireland: A peripheral region in the 1970s
Considerable spaiial variation eharaeierised the pattern of return migration and subsequent house construction during the 1970s in the northwest. Ireland's poorest and most peripheral region. Underlying this pattern of growth and decline was a sectoral shift from agriculture to non-agricultural employment. The provision of such employment was greatly influenced by a regional policy which focussed primarily on promoting manufacturing industry and which resulted in a definite contrast betweendoi:10.1080/00750778709478809 fatcat:5guuujav2fa4flmmbu322l2gvi