All posts tagged “migration

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Income sorting by city

This is a fascinating study by Issi Romem about the characteristics of cross-metropolitan migration in the United States. The key findings are that in-migrants to expensive coastal cities tend to have higher incomes and more education than the out-migrants, and that the opposite is true… Read More

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Mapping of global migration

Max Galka has created an incredible visualization of country-to-country net migration (from 2010 to 2015) on his blog, Metrocosm. Here’s a screenshot: But you really need to view the full screen interactive version.  In that version, you can hover over a country to see the… Read More

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Not zoned for dancing

Yesterday, when I was reading up on Toronto’s “TOcore” initiative, I came across a report from 2014 called Not Zoned For Dancing: A Comprehensive Review of Entertainment in Downtown Toronto.  It was prepared by five graduate planning students at the University of Toronto: Anna Wynveen,… Read More