Dan Hiebert

Professor, Policy Liaison
phone (604) 822-4500

About

My areas of interest include how immigration reshapes cities; the relationship between immigrants and urban economies; immigrants and housing markets; and the social reordering of cities as a result of immigration. I’m also interested in the nature of what is increasingly referred to as “superdiversity” and what this concept means for social relationships. I’m currently doing work on the 2016 census, analysing immigrant entry.


Dan Hiebert

Professor, Policy Liaison
phone (604) 822-4500

My areas of interest include how immigration reshapes cities; the relationship between immigrants and urban economies; immigrants and housing markets; and the social reordering of cities as a result of immigration. I’m also interested in the nature of what is increasingly referred to as “superdiversity” and what this concept means for social relationships. I’m currently doing work on the 2016 census, analysing immigrant entry.

Dan Hiebert

Professor, Policy Liaison

My areas of interest include how immigration reshapes cities; the relationship between immigrants and urban economies; immigrants and housing markets; and the social reordering of cities as a result of immigration. I’m also interested in the nature of what is increasingly referred to as “superdiversity” and what this concept means for social relationships. I’m currently doing work on the 2016 census, analysing immigrant entry.