Police Are Most Likely to Use Deadly Force in Poorer, More Highly Segregated Neighborhoods
Researchers say knowing where fatal police interactions occur can help community leaders target programs aimed at reducing those deaths.
How Increasingly Diverse Neighborhoods Affect White Anxiety
New research shows what happens in the minds of white Americans when they see demographic change—the results were mixed.
The Ongoing Mental Health Benefits of Neighborhood Diversity
Diverse neighborhoods, it turns out, aren’t just conducive to hipsters.
Superstar Neighborhoods and the Concentration of Wealth
The geography of income inequality is all about demand.
Explaining Gentrification: We're Too Focused on the Real Estate Market
There are more factors at play than just those related to the real estate market.
Connecting Neighborhoods: Small Geographic Scales of Globalization
The financial crisis turned the world upside down.
Wealthier Neighborhoods Breed Materialistic Residents
New research finds residents of well-to-do neighborhoods—especially those who are younger and relatively poorer—tend to spend compulsively and manage their money unwisely.