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Dr. Shlomit Flint 

PhD title: Residential patterns of the Haredi population in Jerusalem
Graduation year:
Position: Senior Researcher, Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA), UCL. ORCID

Research Interests:

      Survey of London: Whitechapel Initiative, Study of the impact of recent immigration wave on Whitechapel's built environment through            digital means.


  1. Peer Refereed Journals  Flint, S. (2018) Schelling-Type Micro-Segregation in a Hassidic Enclave of Stamford-Hill. Housing Studies (Q1, Environmental Science, Sociology and Political Science and Urban Studies, IF=1.3) 10.1080/02673037.2017.1414160  

  2. Flint, S. (2017) A decision not to decide: A new challenge for planning. European Planning Studies. 25(6): 1076-1098 (Q1, Geography, Planning and Development, IF=1.4, C=4).  10.1080/09654313.2017.1302411     

  3. Flint, S., (2015) Public welfare or sectarianism: a new challenge for planning. Planning Theory and Practice 16(3): 299- (Q1, Geography, Planning and Development, IF=3.17, C=3). 318   DOI  10.1080/14649357.2015.1047401  

  4. Flint, S., Shani, M., Jaul, E., (2015). The policy of non-decision: The case of The Dying Patient Law and the vegetative state patients in Israel, Israel affairs, DOI:  10.1080/13537121.2016.1244378. (Q2, Cultural Studies, Political Science and International Relations, IF=0.2).   

  5. Flint, S., Benenson, I. and Alfasi, N. (2014) Group and Collective behaviour: Residential Patterns in Kiryat HaYovel, Megamot - Szold Institute for Behavioural Studies (Hebrew).  

  6. Flint, S. (2014) Between the Individual and the Community: Residential Behaviour of the Haredi Population in Jerusalem, Haredi Society 1.8, 66-99, The Jerusalem Institute for Israel  Studies (Hebrew)  

  7. Alfasi, N., Flint, S. and Benenson. I., (2013) Between the Individual and the Community: Residential Patterns of the Haredi Population in Jerusalem, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research (IJURR), 37.6, 2152-76 (Q1, Urban Studies, IF= 1.8, C=14).   

  8. Flint, S., Alfasi, N. and Benenson, I. (2012) Between Friends and Strangers: Micro-Segregation in a Haredi Neighbourhood, City and Community 11 (2)171-197. (Q1, Urban Studies, IF=1.0, C=13).  

  9. Flint, S. (2012) The economic aspect of communal identity: An examination of the Lithuanian community in Jerusalem and London, Tabur, Resling and the Richard Koebner Centre, Jerusalem 5, 124-95 (In Hebrew)  

  10. Flint, S., Alfasi, N. and Benenson, I. (2010). Micro-segregation of Haredim in Jerusalem. Israeli Sociology, 12, 81-110 (In Hebrew).  Chapters in refereed Books  

  11. Flint, S. (2017) Residential choices as a driving force to vertical segregation In Societal Geoinnovation, A. Bregt, T. Sarjakoski T., R. V. Lammeren and F. Rip (Eds) Springer, DOI:  10.1007/978-3-319-56759-4  

  12. Flint, S. (2014) Counting the Invisible In LONDON: The Information Capital: 100 maps and graphics that will change how you view the city, J. Cheshire and O. Uberti (Eds.) Particular Books  

  13. Flint, S., Benenson, I., Alfasi, N. and Bekman, Y (2012) Schelling-Like Residential Dynamics  in a  Haredi Neighbourhood in Jerusalem In Emergent Phenomena in Housing Markets , L. Diappi (Ed.) Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg , (C=2)  

  14. Policy Report  The increasing capacity and capability in social mobility and fuel poverty (BEIS, 2017)  

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