Urban Change and Residential Mobility

Description

Cities are undergoing a constant redefinition of their social structures in the territory. Migration and residential mobility play a key role in these processes of social and urban transformation. In this line of research, we take a geodemographic perspective in our analysis, which focuses on processes that are observed in cities around the world. We study processes of gentrification, the expansion of the most exclusive neighbourhoods, the territorial suburbanisation of lower-income groups or the links between tourism and neighbourhood change.

Team

Antonio López Gay
Antonio López Gay Researcher (UAB/CED) Ph.D in Demography (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
Juan Antonio Módenes Cabrerizo
Juan Antonio Módenes Cabrerizo Researcher (UAB/CED) Ph.D in Geography (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
Jesús García Gómez
Jesús García Gómez Researcher (UAB/CED) Ph.D in Social Sciences (Universidad de Salamanca)
Brian Thomas Rosa
Brian Thomas Rosa UAB researcher associated with the CED Ph.D in Human Geography (University of Manchester)
Joaquín Recaño Valverde
Joaquín Recaño Valverde Researcher (UAB/CED) Ph.D in Geography (Universitat de Barcelona)
Nicolás Aros Marzá
Nicolás Aros Marzá Junior Researcher (Beca Chile-ANID/UAB) Bachelor's Degree in Sociology (Universidad de Chile)
Karen Ortega Burgos
Karen Ortega Burgos UAB Research Support Technician associated with the CED Bachelor's Degree in Economics (Universidad Externado de Colombia)
Andreu Domingo Valls
Andreu Domingo Valls Deputy Director of the CED
Ph.D in Sociology (Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia)
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