A new paper by Jiří Hasman and Ivana Křížková has been published in the International Migration Review. The paper, titled Spatial Incorporation of Multiple Immigrant Groups in Gateway Cities: Comparative Analysis of Sydney, Barcelona, and Prague, tests the theories of spatial and segmented assimilation on the basis of a comparative analysis of three different immigration cities. It is based on a detailed investigation of the spatial distribution of all major migration groups in these cities using modern quantitative methods such as spatial autocorrelation or the assessment of spatial relatedness of migration groups. The results show that when assessing the immigrants spatial incorporation, not only the specificities of individual migration groups and destination cities, but also their interaction should be taken into account. The article is HERE.