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Spatial microsimulation (SMS) is a range of techniques for estimating the local distribution of a variable – here, household income – by combining social survey microdata with Census or administrative population totals. ...Read more...
14 July 2016
This paper investigates changes in the composition and spatial distribution of income poverty in London from 2001 to 2013, and considers them as evidence of gentrification. It is first argued that income poverty measures...Read more...
Alex Fenton, Amanda Fitzgerald and Ruth Lupton
When he came to power in 1997, Tony Blair reacted to widening disparities between poorer and richer neighbourhoods by declaring that no one in future decades should be seriously disadvantaged by where they lived. This pa...Read more...
12 November 2013
This paper considers techniques for measuring the prevalence of income poverty within small areas, or “neighbourhoods”, in Britain. The ultimate purpose is applying such statistics to investigating how the micro-spatial ...Read more...
21 August 2013
Ruth Lupton, Polly Vizard, Amanda Fitzgerald, Alex Fenton, Ludovica Gambaro and Jack Cunliffe
1 July 2013
Ruth Lupton, Alex Fenton and Amanda Fitzgerald
Alex Fenton and Ruth Lupton
25 June 2013
24 June 2013
20 May 2013
1 May 2013
Ruth Lupton, Alex Fenton, Rebecca Tunstall and Rich Harris