Community cohesion and village pubs in Northern England: An econometric study

Matthew Mount, Ignazio Cabras

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Abstract

Community cohesion and village pubs in Northern England: an econometric study, Regional Studies. Pubs in England represent an important locus for regional development and rejuvenation, particularly in rural areas where they act as hubs for social aggregation and economic activity. Generally, village pubs are regarded as complementarities to other local services and amenities that exist within the area, such as sporting events, volunteering and charity initiatives, as well as business activities. This paper provides empirical support for this proposition by estimating the impact of pubs on an index measure of community cohesion. Using data from 715 rural parishes located across Northern England, the paper demonstrates the importance of pubs for maintaining rural areas in these regions.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1203-1216
JournalRegional Studies
Volume50
Issue number7
Early online date7 Jan 2015
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2 Jul 2016

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