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Redlining in the housing market occurs when building societies explicitly delineate in some way sections of cities where they will not usually grant mortgages. This paper considers redlining as part of the broader question of credit rationing, and derives a number of alternative possible...
Most attempts to implement national urban policies in developing countries have failed. The causes of failure have been many (infeasible goals, poor implementation, poorly designed policies) but the most difficult problem has been the isolation of national urban policy from national economic...
This paper has two main goals, one is to move towards an explanation of socio-spatial disparities in a 'socialist' city as measured by segregation values for 1978 in Warsaw. The second is to introduce a fruitful hitherto unused technique in urban research, namely correspondence analysis, to...
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