Remaking Urban Segregation: Processes of Income Sorting and Neighbourhood Change

Journal: Population, Space and Place Volume: 23, Issue 3 April 2017 Nick Bailey, Wouter P C van Gent, Sako Musterd DOI 10.1002/psp.2013 Abstract Segregation studies have mainly focused on urban structures as a whole or have discussed specific (gentrifying or renewing) neighbourhoods. The literature suggests that changes in segregation occur primarily through selective migration. In this paper, we follow up

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