Wouter van Gent
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Neoliberalization, Housing Institutions and Variegated Gentrification: How the ‘Third Wave’ Broke in Amsterdam
WPC Van Gent
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 37 (2), 503-522, 2013
1622013
Disentangling neighbourhood problems: area-based interventions in Western European cities
WPC Van Gent, S Musterd, W Ostendorf
Urban Research & Practice 2 (1), 53-67, 2009
1222009
Adaptive behaviour in urban space: Residential mobility in response to social distance
S Musterd, WPC van Gent, M Das, J Latten
Urban Studies 52 (2), 227-246, 2016
1002016
An anatomy of gentrification processes: Variegating causes of neighbourhood change
C Hochstenbach, WPC Van Gent
Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space 47 (7), 1480-1501, 2015
962015
Housing Liberalization and Gentrification; The Social Effects of Tenure Conversions in Amsterdam
WR Boterman, WPC van Gent
Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie 105 (2), 140-160, 2014
902014
Right-wing Radical Populism in City and Suburbs: An Electoral Geography of the Partij Voor de Vrijheid in the Netherlands
WPC van Gent, EF Jansen, JHF Smits
Urban Studies, 2014
732014
Amsterdam in the 21st century: Geography, housing, spatial development and politics
F Savini, WR Boterman, WPC Van Gent, S Majoor
Cities 52, 103-113, 2016
722016
Housing context and social transformation strategies in neighbourhood regeneration in Western European cities
WPC Van Gent
International Journal of Housing Policy 10 (1), 63-87, 2010
512010
Bridging the social divide? Reflections on current Dutch neighbourhood policy
WPC Van Gent, S Musterd, WJM Ostendorf
Journal of Housing and the Built Environment 24 (3), 357-368, 2009
422009
Re-making urban segregation: processes of income sorting and neighbourhood change
N Bailey, WPC van Gent, S Musterd
Population, Space and Place 23 (3), e2013, 2017
412017
Housing policy as a lever for change? The politics of welfare, assets and tenure
WPC van Gent
Housing Studies 25 (5), 735-753, 2010
402010
Changing welfare context and income segregation in Amsterdam and its metropolitan area
S Musterd, W van Gent
Socio-Economic Segregation in European Capital Cities: East Meets West, 55-79, 2016
372016
Puzzling patterns in neighborhood change: Upgrading and downgrading in highly regulated urban housing markets
AB Teernstra, WPC Van Gent
Urban Geography 33 (1), 91-119, 2012
342012
Class, migrants, and the European city: Spatial impacts of structural changes in early twenty-first century Amsterdam
W Van Gent, S Musterd
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 42 (6), 893-912, 2016
322016
A mini-experiment in semantic annotation
G Schreiber, II Blok, D Carlier, WPC van Gent, J Hokstam, U Roos
International Semantic Web Conference, 404-408, 2002
282002
The statistical politics of exceptional territories
J Uitermark, C Hochstenbach, W van Gent
Political Geography 57, 60-70, 2017
252017
Exclusion as urban policy: The Dutch ‘act on extraordinary measures for urban problems’
W Van Gent, C Hochstenbach, J Uitermark
Urban Studies 55 (11), 2337-2353, 2018
242018
Unintended Effects of Urban and Housing Policies on Integration-“White” Discontent in the Dutch City
W van Gent, S Musterd
Geography Research Forum 33, 64-90, 2013
24*2013
Normalizing urban inequality: cinematic imaginaries of difference in postcolonial Amsterdam
W van Gent, R Jaffe
Social & Cultural Geography 18 (4), 553-574, 2017
232017
Sociocultural, economic and ethnic homogeneity in residential mobility and spatial sorting among couples
W Van Gent, M Das, S Musterd
Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space 51 (4), 891-912, 2019
212019
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