Gentrification and Distressed Cities: An Assessment of Trends in Intrametropolitan Migration
University of Wisconsin Press, 1988 - Agglomérations urbaines - États-Unis - 187 pages
Kathryn offers a thorough assessment of central city migration over the past 25 years to evaluate the implications of gentrification for specific cities and for the nation as a whole.
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above-average income growth advanced services attract Boston Bradbury capita income capital Census Tracts central business districts central cities central-city changes in city cities and suburbs city population city selection rates City share city-suburban decade differences differentials disparities displacement distressed cities economic employment factors families Forty SMSAs gentrification gentrifying tracts groups higher-income higher-status households imply improvements income change increased inmigration intrametropolitan lower-income tracts median income metropolitan areas migration migration rates Minneapolis-St neighborhoods Newark nonblack occurred outmigration from cities outmigration rates percent percentage points Philadelphia poor population poor tracts population losses poverty rates proportion quintile rank rates of outmigration rates of upper-income regions relative residential revitalization revival San Francisco selective outmigration service economies share of SMSA shifts SMSA population studies suburbanization suburbs Sumka Table tion trends trification U.S. Bureau upgrading upper-income movers upper-income tracts upturns urban decline Urban Policy urban renewal Washington white flight