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Contemporary Wales is at the forefront of research into economic, political and social sciences relating to Wales. It contains both academic and practitioner-based articles, annual economic and legal reviews, and book reviews. Its interdisciplinary content drawing on current research on Wales makes the journal essential reading for students and researchers across a range of subject areas, including political and social policy, history, law, media and languages. Contemporary Wales has published articles in English and in Welsh.

Mae Contemporary Wales wedi’i gyhoeddi’n gan Wasg Prifysgol Cymru fel llwyfan ar gyfer ymchwil blaengar ar Gymru o safbwynt y gwyddorau economaidd, gwleidyddol a chymdeithasol. Mae'n cynnwys cyfuniad o erthyglau gan academyddion ac ymarferwyr, adolygiadau economaidd a chyfreithiol blynyddol, ac adolygiadau o gyhoeddiadau yn y maes. Mae natur rhyngddisgyblaethol y cynnwys sy'n seliedig ar yr ymchwil diweddaraf yn golygu bod y cyfnodolyn yn hanfodol i wleidyddion, gwneuthurwyr polisi, y cyfryngau, gwasanaethau cyhoeddus, llywodraeth leol yn ogystal â fyfyrwyr ac ymchwilwyr mewn ystod eang o feysydd gan gynnwys polisi gwleidyddol a chymdeithasol, hanes, y gyfraith, y cyfryngau a ieithoedd. Mae Contemporary Wales wedi cyhoeddi erthyglau yn y Gymraeg a’r Saesneg.

Publisher: University of Wales Press

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Volume 25, Number 1, August 2012

Figures and Tables
pp. vii-ix(3)

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Contributors
pp. x-xi(2)

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One Wales? The Geography of Participation and Voting in the 2011 Welsh Referendum
pp. 1-14(14)
Authors: Scully, Roger; Jones, Richard Wyn

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Legislating for Wales 2011–12
pp. 15-39(25)
Author: Navarro, Marie

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The Productivity Gaps in Wales: Evidence from Firm-Level Data
pp. 95-114(20)
Authors: Robinson, Catherine; Blackaby, David

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The Economy: A Statistical Review of Wales in 2011
pp. 115-146(32)
Authors: Bryan, Jane; Roche, Neil

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The Welsh Wage Curve and the Issue of Inactivity
pp. 147-172(26)
Author: Carey, James

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Barriers to Work for Incapacity Benefit Claimants in Wales
pp. 173-190(18)
Author: Grant, Aimee

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The Gender Pay Gap in Wales in 2011
pp. 191-203(13)
Authors: Blackaby, David; Drinkwater, Stephen; Jones, Melanie; Murphy, Philip

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