Aims

  • Provide a framework for cross-national urban comparison and expand the body of comparative, cross-national research on neighborhood change and immigrant incorporation
  • Speed up the sharing of theory, data, and research between U.S. and German scholars
  • Provide comprehensive background on policies and practices in both countries that govern neighborhood change and immigrant incorporation in order to facilitate cross-country comparisons
  • Explore how research could inform policies and practices in the two countries