Major world cities are seeing a sharp rise in highly skilled migrants, in contrast to the previous low-skilled migration. Barcelona is a clear illustration of this...
Researcher in the Geography Department at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) and at the Centre for Demographic Studies (CED-CERCA).
He holds a PhD in Demography (UAB) and a Degree in Geography (Barcelona University). His research focuses mainly on the socio-spatial transformation of urban areas and the impact of processes such as gentrification or touristification on the population’s socio-demographic make-up. It also explores the role of residential mobility in the socio-spatial reconfiguration of cities, the interregional mobility of human capital and cities’ appeal for highly skilled migrants and temporary populations.
Articles by Antonio López-Gay
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