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Shelling's model and its different versions predict that segregation is the unique stable equilibrium. However, cities around the world show different levels of intermingle, and it is very uncommon to observe fully segregated urban patterns even when segregation is high. We argue that individuals do not take into account only their neighbours characteristics for making a location decision. In particular, if residential segregation generates ghettos of low-skilled labourers, the societal leveldoi:10.3846/20294913.2015.1077902 fatcat:7qt5xohklngfjgxdwnn6ikngji