The China-born population have a long history of migrating to and settling in Australia,
and have recently grown to become the third largest overseas-born population.
To measure their integration in Australia, a spatial perspective is adopted in this
paper. Spatial distribution is an important indicator of immigrants' integration in the
host country and is linked to their socioeconomic integration. It is generally agreed
that the more concentrated immigrants distribute, the less integrated...[Show more]
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