Chris Kesteloot
Chris Kesteloot
Professor of social and economic geography, Catholic University Leuven
Adresse e-mail validée de kuleuven.be
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Socio-spatial inequalities and social cohesion in European cities
T Cassiers, C Kesteloot
Urban Studies 49 (9), 1909-1924, 2012
1622012
Neighbourhoods of poverty; Urban social exclusion and integration in Europe
S Musterd, A Murie, C Kesteloot
Palgrave, MacMillan, 2006
152*2006
Informal spaces: the geography of informal economic activities in Brussels
C Kesteloot, H Meert
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 23 (2), 232-251, 1999
1451999
Urban socio-spatial configurations and the future of European cities
C Kesteloot
Cities of Europe: Changing contexts, local arrangements, and the challenge …, 2005
902005
Brussels: post‐Fordist polarization in a Fordist spatial canvas
C Kesteloot
Globalizing cities: A new spatial order?, 186-210, 2000
792000
Housing Turks and Moroccans in Brussels and Amsterdam: the difference between private and public markets
C Kesteloot, C Cortie
Urban studies 35 (10), 1835-1853, 1998
761998
Revitalizing the city in an anti‐urban context: Extreme right and the rise of urban policies in Flanders, Belgium
P De Decker, C Kesteloot, F De Maesschalck, J Vranken
International journal of urban and regional research 29 (1), 152-171, 2005
742005
Verstedelijking in Vlaanderen: Problemen, kansen en uitdagingen voor het beleid in de 21ste eeuw
C Kesteloot
De eeuw van de stad, 15-39, 2003
692003
Anti-urbanism in Flanders: the political and social consequences of a spatial class struggle strategy
C Kesteloot, F De Maesschalck
Belgeo. Revue belge de géographie, 41-62, 2001
572001
Atlas van achtergestelde buurten in Vlaanderen en Brussel
C Kesteloot, S Meys
Sociale en Economische Geografie, KULeuven & Vlaamse interprovinciale …, 2008
532008
The geography of deprivation in Brussels and local development strategies
C Kesteloot
Urban Segregation and the Welfare State, 140-161, 2013
512013
Three levels of socio-spatial polarization in Brussels
C Kesteloot
Built Environment 20 (3), 204, 1994
491994
Beijing's socio-spatial restructuring: Immigration and social transformation in the epoch of national economic reformation
C Gu, RCK Chan, J Liu, C Kesteloot
Progress in Planning 66 (4), 249, 2006
482006
From ethnic minority niche to assimilation: Turkish restaurants in Brussels1
C Kesteloot, P Mistiaen
Area 29 (4), 325-334, 1997
461997
The geography of survival: household strategies in urban settings
H Meert, P Mistiaen, C Kesteloot
Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie 88 (2), 169-181, 1997
451997
Segregation and economic integration of immigrants in Brussels
C Kesteloot, H Meert
Minorities in European Cities, 54-72, 2000
442000
Foreigners in Brussels 1981–1991: spatial continuity and social change
C Kesteloot, HVANDER HAEGEN
Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie 88 (2), 105-119, 1997
421997
Turks and housing conditions in Belgium, with special reference to Brussels, Ghent and Visé
C Kesteloot, P De Decker, A Manço
ERCOMER; Utrecht, 1997
411997
De allochtone bevolking in België
T Eggerickx, C Kesteloot, M Poulain
Nationaal Instituut voor Statistiek, 1999
361999
Social mix and passive revolution. A neo-gramscian analysis of the social mix rhetoric in Flanders, Belgium
MPJ Loopmans, P De Decker, C Kesteloot
Housing Studies 25 (2), 181-200, 2010
332010
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