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Issue 11

Guest editorial

Guest editorial 1421 – 1422

Some implications of the commodification of information and the emerging information economy for applied geographical analysis in the United Kingdom 1423 – 1439
S Openshaw, J Goddard

Quantitative methods in the real world: a consultant's view of practice 1441 – 1448
J R Beaumont

The context for methods: the constraints of the policy process on the use of quantitative methods 1449 – 1462
M J Breheny

Population forecasting and urban planning practice: a case study 1463 – 1475
P Rainford, I Masser

Labour-market theory, quantification, and policy 1477 – 1494
S P Pinch

A general accounting model of intergovernmental tax and benefit effects on business 1495 – 1510
R J Bennett

The measurement of efficiency in multiunit public services 1511 – 1524
W D Macmillan

Towards an applicable human geography: some developments and observations 1525 – 1541
M Clarke, A G Wilson

Network evacuation modelling for flooding as a result of dam failure 1543 – 1558
F Southworth, S-M Chin

Reviews 1559 – 1562