1988 volume 20(6) pages 741 – 759
doi:10.1068/a200741

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Morris J L, 1988, "Producer services and the regions: the case of large accountancy firms" Environment and Planning A 20(6) 741 – 759

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Producer services and the regions: the case of large accountancy firms

J L Morris

Received 17 November 1986; in revised form 13 August 1987

Abstract. This paper contains a review of recent trends and developments in the UK accountancy profession, and an analysis of the decentralisation of branch offices to the regions. Original material is used to explore the reasons for such growth in one region, Wales, and to analyse the social implications of the tertiarisation of subregional local economies as a result of the growth of service sector activities, such as accountancy.

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