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Principal Investigator(s): Bobo, Lawrence; Johnson, James ; Oliver, Melvin; Farley, Reynolds; Bluestone, Barry; Browne, Irene; Danziger, Sheldon; Green, Gary; Holzer, Harry; Krysan, Maria; Massagli, Michael; Charles, Camille Zubrinsky; Kirschenman, Joleen; Moss, Philip; Tilly, Chris
Summary: The Multi-City Study of Urban Inequality was designed to broaden the understanding of how changing labor market dynamics, racial attitudes and stereotypes, and racial residential segregation act singly and in concert to foster contemporary urban inequality. This data collection comprises data for two surveys: a survey of households and a survey of employers. Multistage area probability sampling of adult residents took place in four metropolitan areas: Atlanta (April 1992-September 1992), Boston ... (view full summary)
Persistent URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR02535.v3
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