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New paper in Applied Geography

A new paper about residential segregation of non-European migrants in Czechia by URRlab’s Ivana Křížková and Martin Šimon has been published recently in Applied Geography. It analyses residential segregation using the method of individualised scalable neighbourhoods and uses anonymised geocoded register data. Comparing residential segregation in Czechia and in Northwest Europe, the authors draw implications for neighbourhood research and policy and question the pertinence of the term segregation in the European context. Read the full text of the paper at


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