A Handbook for Governing Hyper-Diverse Cities
New Publication by Tuna Tasan-Kok
In today's European cities, immigration, inequality and spatial segregation, along with a diversity of identities, activities, mobilities, and lifestyles contribute to a condition we call hyper-diversity.
Based on DIVERCITIES research in 14 countries, this handbook aims to provide evidence for the positive socioeconomic outcomes that emerge from urban diversity, and to give policy makers ideas on how to unlock the positive aspects of urban diversity.
Publisher: Utrecht University Press
Publication Date: May 1, 2017