Sako Musterd mainly investigates Economic growth, Economic geography, Context, Demographic economics and Development economics. His study in Economic growth focuses on Social mix in particular. His Economic geography research incorporates themes from Capital, Welfare state, Globalization, Social exclusion and Social inequality.
The various areas that Sako Musterd examines in his Social inequality study include Economic restructuring and Socioeconomic status. As a part of the same scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Demographic economics, focusing on Social mobility and, on occasion, Social position and Welfare trap. His Development economics research incorporates elements of Spatial mismatch, Economic sector, Social polarization and Biological dispersal.
His main research concerns Economic geography, Economic growth, Development economics, Welfare state and Demographic economics. The Economic geography study combines topics in areas such as Gentrification, Social inequality, Welfare and Economic restructuring, Economy. Economic growth connects with themes related to Urban policy in his study.
His study in Development economics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Poverty and Social exclusion. As part of his studies on Welfare state, he frequently links adjacent subjects like State. His Demographic economics study typically links adjacent topics like Social mobility.
Sako Musterd focuses on Economic geography, Demographic economics, Social inequality, Welfare and Development economics. His Economic geography study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Economic restructuring, Gentrification, Globalization and Dynamics. His studies in Demographic economics integrate themes in fields like Country of origin, Social psychology and Human geography.
His work in Human geography tackles topics such as Social support which are related to areas like Economic growth. His work carried out in the field of Social inequality brings together such families of science as Comparative research, Socioeconomic inequality, Economy and Institutional research. His Welfare study combines topics in areas such as Capital and State.
His primary scientific interests are in Economic geography, Welfare, Context, Development economics and Demographic economics. His Economic geography research incorporates themes from Gentrification and Homophily. His Welfare study combines topics in areas such as Capital, Social inequality, Welfare state and Public housing.
Sako Musterd has researched Development economics in several fields, including Housing tenure, Poverty, Working poor and Globalization. He combines subjects such as Social psychology and Economic decline with his study of Demographic economics. His work in the fields of Economic growth, such as Institutional research, intersects with other areas such as European union.
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The polycentric urban region: towards a research agenda.
Robert C. Kloosterman;Sako Musterd.
Urban Studies (2001)
Social and ethnic segregation in Europe: levels, causes and effects
Journal of Urban Affairs (2005)
Urban segregation and the welfare state : inequality and exclusion in western cities
S. Musterd;R.W. Ostendorf.
Housing mix, social mix and social opportunities
Sako Musterd;Roger Andersson.
Urban Affairs Review (2005)
Neighbourhood effects on social opportunities: the European and American research and policy context
Ju¨rgen Friedrichs;George Galster;Sako Musterd.
Housing Studies (2003)
Making Competitive Cities
Sako Musterd;Alan Murie.
Social mix and the neighbourhood effect: policy ambitions and empirical evidence
S. Musterd;W.J.M. Ostendorf;S. de Vos.
Housing Studies (2001)
Segregation and integration: A contested relationship
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies (2003)
Social Exclusion and Opportunity Structures in European Cities and Neighbourhoods
Alan Murie;Sako Musterd.
Urban Studies (2004)
Spreading the 'burden'?: A review of policies to disperse asylum seekers and refugees
Vaughan Robinson;Roger Andersson;Sako Musterd.
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