Getto's of concentratiegebieden: goudkusten versus steenpuisten?
Trefwoorden:Urban Areas, Income Inequality, Housing Market, Netherlands, Cities, urban housing markets, income groups' asymmetric distribution, Amsterdam/Rotterdam/the Hague/Utrecht
SamenvattingAn asymmetric discrepancy existing in the urban housing markets of the Dutch cities of Amsterdam, Rotterdam, the Hague, & Utrecht is examined: above-median-income groups are relatively more concentrated in the cheaper dwellings than the minimum-income groups are concentrated in the expensive ones. Because, in these cities, the cheaper & expensive housing stocks are spatially dispersed, this discrepancy results in a mixed population on the neighborhood/district level in terms of income. However, caution must be exercised in any effort to eliminate this situation, since it could actually increase the spatial sorting of different income groups. 2 Tables, 15 References. Adapted from the source document.