Saturday, June 15 / 11:00 - 12:30 LG.08

Session 114
Internal Migration, Spatial Inequalities and Segregation

Chair: Sergei Vidal, Centre for Demographic Studies CED

1. Regional Mortality Inequalities in the Netherlands and the Role of Internal MigrationMaximilian Frentz-Göllnitz , University of Rostock, University of Groningen; Adrien Remund, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen; Ernst van der Hoeven, Population Research Centre, University of Groningen; Carel Harmsen, Statistics Netherlands; Gabriele Doblhammer, University of Rostock; Fanny Janssen, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI) and University of Groningen.

2. The Preferred Neighbourhood: The Role of Migrant Background and Income in Sorting towards SegregationKaren Haandrikman , Stockholm University, Dept of Human Geography; Eva K. Andersson, Stockholm University.

3. Trends and patterns of life-trajectories segregation in Sweden 2000-2019: Is there increasing spatial polarization in Sweden ?Juta Kawalerowicz , Stockholm University; Bo Malmberg, Stockholm University; Eva K. Andersson, Stockholm University.

4. Are Social Class Differentials in Place of Residence Increasing? Evidence on Socio-Spatial Polarisation in Germany.Dirk Konietzka, TU Braunschweig; Yevgeniy Martynovych , TU Braunschweig.

5. Life-course Trajectories of Experienced Segregation Across Multiple DomainsMaël Lecoursonnais , Linköping University; Selcan Mutgan, Linköping University.

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