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PUBLICATIONS

ARTICLES

Delmelle, E.C. 2016. "Mapping the DNA of Urban Neighbourhoods: Clustering Longitudinal Sequences of Socioeconomic Change." Annals of the American Association of Geographers 106:36-56.

Gosse, Meghan, Howard Ramos, Martha Radice, Jill L. Grant, and Paul Pritchard. 2016. "What Affects Perceptions of Neighbourhood Change?" The Canadian Geographer 60(4): 530-540.

Prouse, Victoria, Howard Ramos, Jill L. Grant, and Martha Radice. 2014. "How Scale Matters: The Modifiable Areal Unit Problem and Interpreting Income Inequality in the Halifax Regional Municipality" Canadian Journal of Urban Research 23(1): Supplement pages 61-82.

Wei F. and P.L. Knox 2014. "Neighbourhood Change in Metropolitan America, 1990 to 2010." Urban Studies Review 50: 459-489.

BOOK CHAPTERS

Ramos, Howard and Yoko Yoshida. 2015. "From Away, But Here to Stay? Trends in Why a Cohort of Recent Immigrants Left Atlantic Canada?" Pp. in Warmth of the Welcome: Is Atlantic Canada a Home Away from Home for Immigrants? E. Tastsoglou, B. Cottrell and A. Dobrowolsky [Eds.]. Sydney, NS: CBU press.

Yoshida, Yoko and Howard Ramos. 2013. "Destination Rural Canada: A Basic Overview of Recent Immigrants to Rural Small Towns." Pp. 67-87 in The Social Transformation of Rural Canada: New Insights into Culture, Identity and Collective Action. John R. Parkins and Maureen G. Reed [Eds.]. Vancouver: UBC press.

REPORTS

Bryan, Catherine, Patrick McGrath, Howard Ramos (PI), Madine VanderPlaat, and Yoko Yoshdia. 2016. "Independent Evaluation of the Immigrant Settlement Association of Nova Scotia's Welcome Ambassador Training." Halifax, NS.

Dobrowolsky, Alexandra and Howard Ramos. 2014. "Expanding the Vision: Why Nova Scotia Should Look Beyond Econocentric Immigration Policy." Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives - Nova Scotia (May).

Ramos, Howard and Yoko Yoshida. 2011. "Why Do Recent Immigrants Leave Atlantic Canada?" Atlantic Metropolis Centre. Policy Brief.


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