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The evolution of social and spatial inequalities during transition and stabilization periods in the post-socialist "winner" city of Cluj, Romania
Th is paper deals with spatial processes linked to social inequalities in the city of Cluj, Romania during the past twenty-fi ve years from the collapse of communism. Th e article is based on diff erent methods (statistical data analysis for segregation indexes, qualitative data for interpretation) and argues that the forced urbanization process specifi c to the socialist period "made the foundation" for the spatial and social segregation developed during transition and economic restructurationdoi:10.14232/belv.2016.2.7 fatcat:jyxtcprzibfbnn2gthgrect5jm