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The final chapter draws together the investigative strands. The first section summarises the network literature in view of networks’ conceptual limits and economic realities. In the second section two ‘gateways’ model suboptimal outcomes depicting factors impact and causal constraints. The implications are discussed. An epilogue to the fieldwork provides updates and more evidence to support the line of argument. The verdict on the success of networks tackling persistent unemployment is bleak given that the policies offered to unemployed people are limited or trap them in a blame culture, and that there are not enough jobs. Finally, the chapter reviews the limitations of this research and suggests new research avenues. Scholars and policymakers cannot afford to ignore the book’s findings.
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