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
1542013
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
1102009
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
902015
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
882016
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
882014
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
692016
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
652014
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
502010
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
412009
Housing policy as a lever for change? The politics of welfare, assets and tenure
WPC van Gent
Housing Studies 25 (5), 735-753, 2010
392010
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
382017
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
342016
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
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
322012
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
272002
The statistical politics of exceptional territories
J Uitermark, C Hochstenbach, W van Gent
Political Geography 57, 60-70, 2017
212017
Normalizing urban inequality: cinematic imaginaries of difference in postcolonial Amsterdam
W van Gent, R Jaffe
Social & Cultural Geography 18 (4), 553-574, 2017
202017
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
192018
Political reactions to the euro crisis: cross-national variations and rescaling issues in elections and popular protests
WPC Van Gent, VD Mamadouh, HH Van Der Wusten
Eurasian Geography and Economics 54 (2), 135-161, 2013
192013
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
19*2013
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