The ethnic concentration of a neighbourhood has varying effects on employment prospects for men and women across different ethnicities

Zuccotti, C.V. & Platt, L. (2016) LSE Policy and Politics Blog, 24 August 2016. [ONS LS]

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There are longstanding debates about whether neighbourhood segregation of ethnic minorities promotes minorities’ economic success or whether it constrain opportunities. Here, Carolina V. Zuccotti and Lucinda Platt show that growing up in a neighbourhood with a higher proportion of those from the same ethnic group as you can have both positive and negative consequences: these play out differently for men and women and for groups with different levels of resources.

Available online: LSE Policy and Politics Blog,
Output from project: 04010030


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