Residential Segregation

Residential Segregation and Unequal Access to Local Public Services in India | A Study by Economists and Academicians

Residential Segregation and Inequality | A Study Reveals Stark Disparity in Public Service Accessibility Between Segregated and Integrated Neighborhoods

A group of Economists and Academicians have studied 1.5 million segregated neighbourhoods in India, primarily comprising Muslims or Scheduled Castes. The paper has brought to light Residential Segregation and the Disparity in access to Public Services between segregated (Muslims or Scheduled Castes) and integrated neighbourhoods.

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