Spatial housing market polarisation: National and urban dynamics of diverging house values

Together with Rowan Arundel I have published a second paper, now in Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers. The paper is about increasing spatial housing-market inequalities, exposing a substantial and widespread trend of spatial polarisation. Rising spatial inequality between neighbourhoods is clearly apparent at the national level, within all but one province, as well as for 44 of the 50 largest municipalities. The polarising trend appears structural and pervasive.


figure 3 map NL
figure 5 map cities