Social and Ethnic Segregation in Europe: Levels, Causes, and Effects

  title={Social and Ethnic Segregation in Europe: Levels, Causes, and Effects},
  author={S. Musterd},
  journal={Journal of Urban Affairs},
  pages={331 - 348}
  • S. Musterd
  • Published 2005
  • Geography
  • Journal of Urban Affairs
  • ABSTRACT: The measurement of segregation, the understanding of its drivers, and the effects of segregation are three interrelated issues that receive ample attention on both sides of the Atlantic. The comparative study of these subjects in Europe is not an easy task because the continent is highly fragmented and diversified. This regards the types of welfare state, but also the multitude of urban histories. Consequently, there is a lack of uniform information. Nevertheless, this paper makes an… CONTINUE READING
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