Denmark - OECD report on well-being - November 30, 2016

An OECD report provides a comprehensive picture of well-being in the major Danish cities, by looking at a wide range of dimensions that shape people’s lives. It contains both objective and subjective indicators meant to help policy makers, citizens and other stakeholders to better understand living conditions not only among cities but also among the different neighbourhoods within cities. Chapter 3 includes data and graphs that illustrate the spatial segregation of people by income and employment status. Spatial segregation is a situation where people sort within the space of a city-region in a way that generates an over-concentration in specific places of people who are similar with respect to certain socio-economic aspects, such as income or socio-economic status.

English: http://www.oecd-ilibrary.org/urban-rural-and-regional-development/well-being …  

Full report: http://www.keepeek.com/Digital-Asset-Management/oecd/urban-rural-and …  

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