Geografie 2015, 120, 275-295

Patterns and Drivers of Inner City Social Differentiation in Prague and Tallinn

Anneli Kährik1,2, Jakub Novák3, Jana Temelová3, Kati Kadarik1,2, Tiit Tammaru2

1Institute for Housing and Urban Research, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden
2University of Tartu, Institute for Ecology and Earth Sciences, Department of Geography, Tartu, Estonia
3Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Science, Department of Social Geography and Regional Development, Prague, Czechia

Received July 2014
Accepted April 2015

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