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Commuting to Diversity – Report

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Does commuting increase workers’ exposure to difference and diversity?

The uneven spatial distribution of different population subgroups within cities is well documented. Individual neighbourhoods are generally less diverse than cities as a whole. Auckland is New Zealand’s most diverse city, but the impacts of diversity are likely to be less if interactions between different groups are limited by spatial separation. Studies of spatial sociodemographic diversity generally measure the diversity of local areas based on who lives in them. This is an extended report for BBHTC which later became a peer-reviewed journal article in the New Zealand Population Review.

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