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Research outputs: CITIES
Urban density is an important consideration in the coronavirus pandemic, but knee-jerk reactions by the government, companies and citizens a...Download this report
Social housing is a powerful tool to integrate divided cities by providing decent rental accommodation for low- and moderate-income working ...
Not enough is being done to maximise the prospects of upward mobility for the tenants of South Africa's social housing programme. Household-...Download this report
2019 Mathematical model showing how socioeconomic dynamics in African cities could widen or reduce inequality
Cities are important forces of national socioeconomic development. Individuals in cities often belong to different socioeconomic statuses de...