Willem R. Boterman
Willem R. Boterman
Senior Lecturer Urban Geography/Urban Studies, University of Amsterdam
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Gentrifiers settling down? Patterns and trends of residential location of middle-class families in Amsterdam
WR Boterman, L Karsten, S Musterd
Housing Studies 25 (5), 693-714, 2010
1312010
Dealing with diversity: middle-class family households and the issue of ‘Black’and ‘White’schools in Amsterdam
WR Boterman
Urban Studies 50 (6), 1130-1147, 2013
1152013
Housing Liberalization and Gentrification; The Social Effects of Tenure Conversions in Amsterdam
WR Boterman, WPC van Gent
Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie 105 (2), 140-160, 2014
692014
Navigating the field of housing: housing pathways of young people in Amsterdam
C Hochstenbach, WR Boterman
Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 1-18, 2014
612014
Intergenerational support shaping residential trajectories: Young people leaving home in a gentrifying city
C Hochstenbach, WR Boterman
Urban studies 54 (2), 399-420, 2017
522017
Residential practices of middle classes in the field of parenthood
WR Boterman
Universiteit van Amsterdam [Host], 2012
492012
Residential mobility of urban middle classes in the field of parenthood
WR Boterman
Environment and Planning A 44 (10), 2397-2412, 2012
462012
Amsterdam in the 21st century: Geography, housing, spatial development and politics
F Savini, WR Boterman, WPC Van Gent, S Majoor
Cities 52, 103-113, 2016
452016
When the spell is broken: Gentrification, urban tourism and privileged discontent in the Amsterdam canal district
FM Pinkster, WR Boterman
Cultural geographies 24 (3), 457-472, 2017
432017
Deconstructing coincidence: How middle-class households use various forms of capital to find a home
WR Boterman
Housing, Theory and Society 29 (3), 321-338, 2012
342012
Gender, class and space in the field of parenthood: comparing middle‐class fractions in Amsterdam and London
WR Boterman, G Bridge
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 40 (2), 249-261, 2015
322015
Cocooning urban life: Exposure to diversity in neighbourhoods, workplaces and transport
WR Boterman, S Musterd
Cities 59, 139-147, 2016
27*2016
On the Spatial Dimension of the Gender Division of Paid Work in Two‐Parent Families: The Case of A msterdam, the N etherlands
WR Boterman, L Karsten
Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie 105 (1), 107-116, 2014
192014
Beyond the urban–suburban dichotomy: Shifting mobilities and the transformation of suburbia
Y Tzaninis, W Boterman
City 22 (1), 43-62, 2018
15*2018
School segregation in the free school choice context of Dutch cities
WR Boterman
Understanding School Segregation: Patterns, Causes and Consequences of …, 2018
92018
Surveying the fault lines in social tectonics; Neighbourhood boundaries in a socially-mixed renewal area
WPC Van Gent, WR Boterman, MW van Grondelle
Housing, Theory and Society 33 (3), 247-267, 2016
92016
De verdeelde triomf: verkenning van stedelijk-economische ongelijkheid en opties voor beleid: Ruimtelijke Verkenningen 2016
E Buitelaar, ABR Weterings, O Raspe, O Jonkeren, WR Boterman
Planbureau voor de Leefomgevng, 2016
92016
Segregatie in Amsterdam
W Boterman, W Van Gent
Stedebouw & Ruimtelijke Ordening 2015, 2015
92015
Duurzame toegankelijkheid van de Amsterdamse woningmarkt voor starters
WR Boterman, C Hochstenbach, R Ronald, M Sleurink
Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam, 2013
92013
De opmars van het stadsgezin
W Boterman, L Karsten
Den HaagPBL, 2015
82015
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