Residential clustering and spatial access to public services in Shanghai

@inproceedings{Li2015ResidentialCA,
  title={Residential clustering and spatial access to public services in Shanghai},
  author={Huiping Li and Qingfang Wang and Wei Juan Shi and Zhongwei Deng and Hongwei Wang},
  year={2015}
}
Abstract Commercialization of housing markets has significantly transformed the residential space in Chinese cities. However, few studies have examined social–spatial stratification of residential communities in relation to public services accessibility. This study explores how residential communities are stratified by housing prices and how such spatial clustering is associated with disparities in public service accessibility in Shanghai, China. The results demonstrate significant disparities… CONTINUE READING

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