Spatial Inequality

24 February 2021

New Methodology for Assessing Spatial Inequality Quantitatively

Spatial inequality in basic service provision can negatively affect living standards, economic security, and human rights, and have wide policy implications. Thus, the issue needs to be considered when developing strategic planning for smart city development. Professor ZHANG Xiaoling and her team presented a new methodology to evaluate the distribution of resources in metropolitan cities based on small-area-level analysis, and proved the effectiveness of this methodology using New York City as an empirical case.
10 June 2021

反思空間不均等問題 促進城市可持續發展 (Chinese Version Only)