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Xavier de Souza Briggs

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  • The Geography of Opportunityby Xavier de Souza Briggs; William Julius Wilson

    Brookings Institution Press 2005; US$ 29.95

    "A multidisciplinary examination of the social and economic changes resulting from increased diversity and their implications for economic opportunity and growth given persistent patterns of segregation by race and class, offering both public policy and private initiatives that would respond to those challenges"--Provided by publisher. more...

  • Moving to Opportunityby Xavier de Souza Briggs; Susan J. Popkin; John Goering

    Oxford University Press, USA 2010; US$ 18.99

    If "bad" neighborhoods are truly bad for children and families, especially the minority poor, can moving to better neighborhoods lead them to better lives? Might these families escape poverty altogether, beyond having a better quality of life to help them cope with being poor? Federal policymakers and planners thought so, on both counts,... more...

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