Emannuel Costa

5 Flips | 1 Magazine | 1 Like | 2 Following | @costaemannuel | Geógrafo e urbanista, especialista em mobilidade urbana. Outros interesses são gentrificação, segregação sócio-espacial e antropologia urbana.

Política monetária não deve reagir diretamente a choques de preços, diz Ilan

<i>0</i><p>Alertas Recentes<p>Registre-se e crie alertas para ativos, eventos econômicos como também artigos de colaboradores<p>Registre-se grátis<p>Já possui uma …

The 10 most important things in the world right now

<b>1.</b> German Chancellor Angel Merkel, who hosted the G7 Summit in the Bavarian Alps, said time was running out for Greece to make a deal with its international creditors in order to remain in the eurozone.<p><b>2.</b> A manhunt has entered its fourth day after two convicted murderers escaped from a maximum …

Why Cities Need Great Transit All Day, Not Just for Rush-Hour

In three infographics.<p>America's mainstream news cycle, with rush-hour traffic updates on the [insert local radio times here], makes it seem like the work commute is the only trip people take in a given day. That's not even close to the case. The latest Commuting in America report shows that work …

Transportation

The Top 6 Reasons to Be Wary of City Rankings, Ranked

A list-based guide to looking beyond the listicle.<p>Is London the most important city in the world? What about Singapore? Or dark horse Frankfurt? In the past year, all of these places (plus New York, Toronto and Vienna) have been named <i>the</i> top city on one important metric or another by a reasonably …

America Has Half as Many Hypersegregated Metros as It Did in 1970

That’s the good news. The bad: U.S. cities aren’t necessarily more integrated.<p>A city is “hypersegregated” if it meets four of the following five criteria:<p>Black residents are “unevenly distributed,” geographically; that is, the percentage of blacks within residential areas doesn’t mirror their …

Urban Design