Jack Burgers
Jack Burgers
Hoogleraar Grootstedelijke Vraagstukken
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On the differential attachments of migrants from Central and Eastern Europe: A typology of labour migration
G Engbersen, A Leerkes, I Grabowska-Lusinska, E Snel, J Burgers
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 39 (6), 959-981, 2013
Understanding urban inequality: A model based on existing theories and an empirical illustration
J Burgers, S Musterd
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 26 (2), 403-413, 2002
On the social significance of spatial location; spatial segregation and social inclusion
G Bolt, J Burgers, R Van Kempen
Netherlands Journal of Housing and the built Environment 13 (1), 83-95, 1998
No polarisation in Dutch cities? Inequality in a corporatist country
J Burgers
Urban studies 33 (1), 99-105, 1996
Het cement van de samenleving: een verkennende studie over solidariteit en cohesie
AE Komter, JPL Burgers, G Engbersen
Amsterdam University Press, 2000
De ongekende stad 1: illegale vreemdelingen in Rotterdam
J Burgers, G Engbersen
Boom Uitgevers, 2003
Globalisation, migration, and undocumented immigrants
J Burgers, G Engbersen
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 22 (4), 619-635, 1996
Urban landscapes on public space in the post-industrial city
J Burgers
Journal of Housing and the Built Environment 15, 145-164, 2000
Ethnicity at the individual and neighborhood level as an explanation for moving out of the neighborhood
K Schaake, J Burgers, CH Mulder
Population Research and Policy Review 29, 593-608, 2010
In the margin of the welfare state: labour market position and housing conditions of undocumented immigrants in Rotterdam
J Burgers
Urban Studies 35 (10), 1855-1868, 1998
How to make a succesful urban development programme
J Burgers
Garant, 2004
Ethnicity, education and income, and residential mobility between neighbourhoods
K Schaake, J Burgers, CH Mulder
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 40 (4), 512-527, 2014
De gefragmenteerde stad
J Burgers
Amsterdams sociologisch tijdschrift 28 (4), 472-494, 2001
Dutch comfort: postindustrial transition and social exclusion in Spangen, Rotterdam
J Burgers, R Kloosterman
Area 28 (4), 433-445, 1996
Urban policy in the Netherlands
JR Beaumont, J Burgers, K Dekker, T Dukes, S Musterd, R Staring, ...
On the origins of urban development programmes in nine European countries 2, 119, 2003
Unravelling the global city debate on social inequality: A firm-level analysis of wage inequality in Amsterdam and Rotterdam
J Van der Waal, J Burgers
Urban Studies 46 (13), 2715-2729, 2009
Communities in transition: From the industrial to the postindustrial era
WV Vliet, J Burgers
Neighborhood and community environments, 257-290, 1987
Migratie, integratie en criminaliteit
E Snel, J de Boom, G Engbersen, J Burgers
De uitstad: over stedelijk vermaak
J Burgers
Utrecht: Jan van Arkel, 1992
Spatial assimilation of minority groups: The case of suburbanizing Surinamese in the Rotterdam region
J Burgers, H van der Lugt
Journal of Housing and the Built Environment 21, 127-139, 2006
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