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Segregation and the Spatial Externalities of Inequality: Public Goods and Polarization in Urban Latin America

Alice Xu
Published Nov 14, 2020
Last Edited Nov 14, 2020
Research Category
Other ; Impacts, adaptation and vulnerabilities related to climate change ;
Emissions producing economic sector under study
Electricity and heat production; Agriculture, land use and forestry;
Geographies Covered
Global South
Country / Countries as Case Study
Brazil, Kenya
City / Cities as Case Study
São Paulo, Brasília, Belo Horizonte, Porto Alegre, Salvador, Mexico City, Nairobi
Name of University
Harvard University
Department/ Name of PhD degree
PhD in Government (Political Science)
Division/ School/ Faculty / Area within the University
Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
College Name
Not applicable
Year of start of PhD
2014
Expected year of completion of PhD
2021
Email
alicexu@g.harvard.edu
Researcher Profile
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