Does gentrification displace poor children and their families? New evidence from medicaid data in New York City

@article{Dragan2020DoesGD,
  title={Does gentrification displace poor children and their families? New evidence from medicaid data in New York City},
  author={Kacie L Dragan and I. Ellen and S. Glied},
  journal={Regional Science and Urban Economics},
  year={2020},
  volume={83},
  pages={103481}
}
Abstract The pace of gentrification has accelerated in cities across the country since 2000, and many observers fear that it is displacing low-income populations from their homes and communities. We offer new evidence about the consequences of gentrification on mobility, building and neighborhood conditions, using longitudinal New York City Medicaid records from January 2009 to December 2015 to track the movement of a cohort of low-income children over seven years, during a period of rapid… Expand
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