Latest Urban Studies news 12/10/20

12 Oct 2020, 12:18 p.m.

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Doing comparative urbanism differently: Conjunctural cities and the stress-testing of urban theory Debates Paper by Özgür Sayın, Michael Hoyler and John Harrison

Sayın, Hoyler and Harrison identify conjuctural cities as a distinctive type of city and as a new approach to analysing cities.


Neighbourhood and school effects on educational inequalities in the transition from primary to secondary education in Amsterdam by Joeke Kuyvenhoven and Willem R. Boterman

Kuyvenhoven and Boterman argue that residential and school segregation intensify educational inequalities in the transition from primary to secondary education.


Upward or downward comparison? Migrants’ socioeconomic status and subjective wellbeing in Chinese cities by Yuqi Liu, Ye Liu, Yanliu Lin

Liu, Liu and Lin examines the effect of internal migrants' objective socioeconomic status on subjective wellbeing in Chinese cities.


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Australia’s housing investor-activists by Nicole Cook and Kristian Ruming

Cook and Ruming explore the lengths to which home-investors go to protect their housing against neighbourhood change 

Read the accompanying article on Urban Studies OnlineFirst here.


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EventResearching the local employment impacts of immigration: Which way now?

12 November 2020  

For further details and to register for this event visit Eventbrite. Attendance at the webinar is free and is open to academics, practitioners and policy makers. 

Read the recent Urban Studies paper “Estimating the local employment impacts of immigration: A dynamic spatial panel model” by Bernard Fingleton, Dan Olner and speaker of this event, Gwilym Pryce. 



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