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Immigrant Locations and Native Residential preferences in Spain: New Ghettos?

AuthorsFernández-Huertas Moraga, Jesús ; Ferrer-i-Carbonell, Ada ; Sáiz, Albert
Keywordsresidential segregation
international migration
white flight
Issue Date20-Sep-2013
PublisherUniversidad de Alicante
CitationSeminario (Departamento de Fundamentos de Análisis Económico, Universdad de Alicante) (2013)
AbstractInternational  migration  made  the  Spanish  population  grow  by  10  percent between 1998 and 2008. This paper studies where migrants settled and how natives  reacted  to  such  a  huge  and  rapid  inflow,  the  largest  and  fastest migration‐induced  increase  in  the OECD. Our  preliminary  results  show  the existence  of  two  types  of  neighborhoods  in  metro  areas:  city  centers  and centers  of  satellite  towns where  immigrants  clearly  displaced  natives  and suburbs  into  which  both  natives  and  immigrants  located.  The  resulting average  segregation  levels  in  Spain  mask  vast  differences  across  neighborhoods and immigrant nationalities
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