Measuring segregation and its impact: advancing our understanding of social change

This AQMeN impact case study highlights the impact of evidence from the Urban Segregation and Inequality programme, where AQMeN researchers have developed new ways of measuring segregation and revealed significant changes in the spatial patterns of poverty and religion. These new methods are being applied to Chinese cities in collaboration with government officials in Hebei Province to analyse the impact of air pollution on 74 million people who live there.

Read this case study in full here.

Wednesday, June 21, 2017
Gwilym Pryce
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Research Briefing

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