Urban Research Monitor HUD
January/February 2000 Vol. 4 · Issue 6
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Shifting Immigrant Settlement: The Suburbs Beckon

"Immigrant Groups in the Suburbs: A Reexamination of Suburbanization and Spatial Assimilation"
Richard D. Alba, John R. Logan, Brian J. Stults, Gilbert Marzan, and Wenquan Zhang American Sociological Review, Volume 64, Issue 3, 1999.

"Neighborhood Opportunity Structures of Immigrant Populations, 1980 and 1990"
George C. Galster, Kurt Metzger, and Ruth Waite Housing Policy Debate, Volume 10, Issue 2, 1999.

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