A new paper is out. May be helpful if you wonder how people’s place experiences distort the assessment of social inequalities in accessibility, and ultimately, of neighbourhood effects.

Vallée J., Shareck M., Le Roux G., Kestens Y., Frohlich K., 2020. Is accessibility in the eye of the beholder ? Social inequalities in spatial accessibility to health-related resources in Montréal, Canada. Social Science & Medicine. January 2020, Vol 245.

Paper is avalaible online in open access or in the journal website.