John Östh
John Östh
Professor in Human Geography @ Uppsala University; Professor in Urban analysis @ OsloMet
Verified email at kultgeog.uu.se
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How important is access to jobs? Old question—improved answer
O Åslund, J Östh, Y Zenou
Journal of Economic Geography 10 (3), 389-422, 2009
1942009
School choice and increasing performance difference: A counterfactual approach
J Östh, E Andersson, B Malmberg
Urban studies 50 (2), 407-425, 2013
1892013
Intergenerational transmission of neighbourhood poverty: an analysis of neighbourhood histories of individuals
M Van Ham, L Hedman, D Manley, R Coulter, J Östh
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 39 (3), 402-417, 2014
1412014
Travel-to-school distances in Sweden 2000–2006: changing school geography with equality implications
E Andersson, B Malmberg, J Östh
Journal of transport geography 23, 35-43, 2012
1352012
The globalisation of marriage fields: The Swedish case
T Niedomysl, J Östh, M Van Ham
Journal of ethnic and migration studies 36 (7), 1119-1138, 2010
1332010
Cumulative exposure to disadvantage and the intergenerational transmission of neighbourhood effects
L Hedman, D Manley, M Van Ham, J Östh
Journal of Economic Geography 15 (1), 195-215, 2015
1212015
Measuring the Scale of Segregation Using k‐Nearest Neighbor Aggregates
J Östh, WAV Clark, B Malmberg
Geographical Analysis 47 (1), 34-49, 2015
1182015
A multiscalar analysis of neighborhood composition in Los Angeles, 2000–2010: A location-based approach to segregation and diversity
WAV Clark, E Anderson, J Östh, B Malmberg
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 105 (6), 1260-1284, 2015
1022015
Ethnic segregation and performance inequality in the Swedish school system: A regional perspective
E Andersson, J Östh, B Malmberg
Environment and planning A 42 (11), 2674-2686, 2010
942010
Analysing segregation using individualised neighbourhoods
J Östh, B Malmberg, EK Andersson
Socio-spatial segregation: Concepts, processes and outcomes, 135-162, 2014
902014
Segregation and urban unrest in Sweden
B Malmberg, E Andersson, J Östh
Urban geography 34 (7), 1031-1046, 2013
832013
Spatial economic resilience and accessibility: A joint perspective
J Östh, A Reggiani, G Galiazzo
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 49, 148-159, 2015
572015
Introducing the EquiPop software: An application for the calculation of k-nearest neighbour contexts/neighbourhoods
J Östh
Nedladdningsbart via: http://equipop. kultgeog. uu. se/Tutorial/Introducing …, 2014
41*2014
A new way of determining distance decay parameters in spatial interaction models with application to job accessibility analysis in Sweden
J Östh, J Lyhagen, A Reggiani
European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research 16 (2), 2016
302016
Do changes in GDP influence commuting distances? A study of Swedish commuting patterns between 1990 and 2006
J Östh, U Lindgren
Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie 103 (4), 443-456, 2012
272012
Social capital, resilience and accessibility in urban systems: a study on Sweden
J Östh, M Dolciotti, A Reggiani, P Nijkamp
Networks and Spatial Economics 18 (2), 313-336, 2018
262018
The city as a single gay male magnet? Gay and lesbian geographical concentration in Sweden
T Wimark, J Östh
Population, Space and Place 20 (8), 739-752, 2014
262014
Novel methods for the estimation of cost–distance decay in potential accessibility models
J Östh, A Reggiani, G Galiazzo
Accessibility and spatial interaction, 2014
23*2014
Intergenerational transmission of neighbourhood poverty in Sweden: An innovative analysis of individual neighbourhood histories
M Van Ham, L Hedman, D Manley, R Coulter, J Östh
IZA Discussion Paper, 2012
232012
Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on population mobility under mild policies: Causal evidence from Sweden
M Dahlberg, PA Edin, E Grönqvist, J Lyhagen, J Östh, A Siretskiy, M Toger
arXiv preprint arXiv:2004.09087, 2020
222020
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