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Unpackaging residential segregation: the importance of scale and informal market processes
This paper addresses two principal issues: a) the scale at which one examines urban segregation; and b) how informality, specifically accessibility to land markets and the process of land appropriation by low-income groups in Latin American cities, influences segregation patterns. Using Mexico City as a case study for Latin America, it shows that macro residential segregation levels are not becoming more polarized as many believe, due to informality of the market place and the weak statedoi:10.14350/rig.18083 doaj:581eb6d64534478187d3040062d07a3c fatcat:3c4giyfmbrbg5jkzfkq6y6ubvy