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This paper deals with disparities between city and suburbs in the US and the Netherlands. As a result of suburbanisation, US metropolitan areas are characterised by disparities between poor central cities on the one hand and rich urban fringes on the other. These disparities are particularly...
Poverty debates have recently focused upon the emergence of an underclass characterised by a detachment from society's normative behaviour and values. Alternative contributions invite us to view the growth in social assistance as the 'new poor' measured against the 'traditional' poor. In neither...
It is widely suggested that recent policies for physically and economically restructuring the cores of cities have often not brought benefits to the residents of low-income urban neighbourhoods. This issue is examined using two case-studies—the cities of Birmingham and Newcastle-upon-Tyne. It...
The focus of this report is on the predictive accuracy of residential vacancy chain models. There are two objectives. The first is to define the mathematical structure of a pair of multisectoral residential vacancy chain models. These models simulate the intersectoral transfer of vacant housing...
For a long time, the inner cities and their surrounding 19th-century neighbourhoods were minimum-choice neighbourhoods. The more prosperous people lived in the suburbs. This socio-economic pattern of residential areas in the metropolitan region has, however, been less stable during the past 10...
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