The economics of housing segregation, Issue 5510

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Rand Corp., 1967 - Social Science - 220 pages
The study explains the residential segregation of non-whites in the urban United States. It employs various quantitative techniques in the partitioning of observed segregation into the components attributable to prejudice on the one hand, and the socio-economic differences between whites and non-whites on the other. Interpretations of the interaction between prejudice and socio-economic differences are also sketched.

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Contents

Chapter
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THE EXTENT OF RESIDENTIAL SEGREGATION
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THE PROCESS OF HOUSING LOCATION CHOICE
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