Urban Demographics: Inequalities, cities, big data, transport and health

Top journals with special issues on #inequality, #cities, #bigdata, #transport and #health

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  • These are the core issues covered in five special issues of top journals this year, what I think reflects how these topics and particularly cities and social inequality have gained strong momentum in recent years.

Rafael Pereira – PhD student at Oxford University (TSU – Transport Studies Unit) and Researcher at the Institute for Applied Economic Research (Ipea), Brazil

@UrbanDemog: Top journals with special issues on #inequality, #cities, #bigdata, #transport and #health

Nature: a  not so  new urban agenda and the UN’s Habitat III meeting

Urban Demographics: Inequalities, cities, big data, transport and health

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