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Title: Relació entre mobilitat, cobertura de serveis i distribució espacial de la renda al litoral català. Una anàlisi empírica
Author: Batlle Sureda, Aleix
Tutor: Alvarez-Palau, Eduard J.  
Keywords: social exclusion
access to mobility
spatial segregation
Issue Date: Jul-2022
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: This text aims to analyze the different dimensions that mark the formation of urban entanglements in the territory, with an impact on the social structure and community well-being. The urban structure is marked by a very complex reality in which socio-economic, infrastructural and cultural factors intervene. Understanding these factors and the interrelations between them is essential to build urban environments aimed at reducing social inequalities by making it easier for citizens to enjoy spaces and public services fairly. To understand these interrelations, an economic analysis method has been used with which, the most significant correlations have been sought between the rent variable per capita and the various urban factors capable of explaining how income values are distributed throughout the territory. In the study, it has been shown that the infrastructural factors related to mobility have a significant explanatory value in the time of analyzing the rent, but often, they act in reverse according to the area and the territorial scale on which they are observed. Therefore, despite the gradual decentralization of jobs and an increasingly digitalized life, access to mobility is still a very important element in residential location. In rural areas it is observed how it tends to concentration, while in urban areas it tends to dispersion, perhaps also because it evolves from a opposite origin.
Language: Catalan
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