The graph shows the network of the largest moving streams between Stockholm neighborhoods, averaged over the period 1990-2003. Only the 95 percent strongest streams are depicted. In the picture neighborhoods are located where they would be located on a map. The arrows show the direction of movement and the thickness the strength of movement. The size of the nodes indicates the population size of a neighborhood. The color shows the average disposable income in a neighborhood (the redder the poorer). Click to read more.
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The elevated risk of divorce among certain immigrant groups can be explained by socioeconomic factors. Stress due to immigration status does not seem to elevate the risk for divorce. These are some of the conclusions of the study Family Dynamics of Immigrants in Contemporary Sweden, that was presented at a research seminar on March 21 at the Institute for Futures Studies.
Stefan Svallfors gave a lecture called: “Politics as Organized Combat: New Players and New Rules of the Game in Sweden” at Wissenschaftszentrum in Berlin March 24th.
Peter Hedström & Petri Ylikoski