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Evidencia empírica de polarización social

  • Según algunos estudios, se dispone de pocos resultados empíricos en relación con las ‘ciudades duales’ (Buck et al. 2002)
  • Otras fuentes aportan ejemplos concretos de ciudades en las que se aprecia un crecimiento de las desigualdades laborales (Fainstein, 2001; Kräter, 2004):

  • Los ejemplos más claros de polarización: 
  • Países con estados de bienestar débiles y menos universalistas
  • Países que han sufrido crisis económicas
  • (Szalai, 2005; Kessler and Di Virgilio, 2005; Maloutas, 2007)



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