Multiscale and multidimensional segregation of non-Western: migrants in seven European capitals

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    Abstract

    The project investigated ethnic segregation in seven European capitals, namely Amsterdam, Berlin, Lisbon, London, Madrid, Paris, and Rome. These cities present a mix of immigration and welfare contexts in Europe. The study looked at the levels of ethnic segregation in each city and how these levels vary between them, how segregation manifests itself at different geographical scales and how it varies between the cities, and whether segregation varies between metropolitan cores and hinterlands.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationDiversity, residential segregation, concentration of migrants: a comparison across EU cities
    Subtitle of host publicationFindings from the Data Challenge on Integration of Migrants in Cities (D4I)
    EditorsGuido Tintori, Alfredo Alessandrini, Fabrizio Natale
    Place of PublicationLuxembourg
    PublisherPublications Office of the European Union
    Pages18-19
    ISBN (Electronic)978-92-79-98732-8
    ISBN (Print)978-92-79-98733-5
    Publication statusPublished - 2018

    Publication series

    NameJRC Technical Reports
    VolumeEUR 29611 EN

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    Petrovic, A., van Ham, M., Janssen, H., Manley, D., & Tammaru, T. (2018). Multiscale and multidimensional segregation of non-Western: migrants in seven European capitals. In G. Tintori, A. Alessandrini, & F. Natale (Eds.), Diversity, residential segregation, concentration of migrants: a comparison across EU cities: Findings from the Data Challenge on Integration of Migrants in Cities (D4I) (pp. 18-19). (JRC Technical Reports; Vol. EUR 29611 EN). Publications Office of the European Union.