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Mon, April 10, 2017, noon:
Elizabeth Bruch

City houses

Housing segregation by race and income

10/21/2011 feature story

Elizabeth Bruch and Rick Riolo use PSID and decennial census data, along with discrete-choice models of residential relocation, to gauge the causes of racial and economic segregation. Their models incorporate race, income, housing costs, neighborhood racial composition, neighborhood income composition, and tenure.

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Elizabeth Eve Bruch

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