The second explanation for residential segregation, advanced by Harvard professor of urban economics John Kain, is the spatial mismatch hypothesis (SMH).
What does SMH stand for?
SMH stands for Spatial Mismatch Hypothesis (labor market theory)
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We have 86 other meanings of SMH in our Acronym Attic
- So Much Hate
- So Much Hell
- Société de Matériel Hanséatique (French: Hanseatic League Equipment; France)
- Société de Microélectronique et d'Horlogerie (French: Corporation for Microelectronics and Watchmaking; Switzerland)
- Soft Master Handover
- Soldiers Memorial Hospital (Canada)
- Somatic Marker Hypothesis
- Sound Mental Health (various organizations)
- South Melbourne Hellas (Melbourne, Australia football club)
- Southern Maryland Hospital
- Spherical Microwave Holography
- Sprague Memorial Hall (Hartford, KS)
- St Michael's Hospital
- St. Mark's High School (Delaware)
- St. Marks Hospital
- Stade Municipal Haytillon (French football team; est. 1983)
- State Mental Hospital (various locations)
- Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley (pro wrestling personality)
- Strong Memorial Hospital
- Studio Museum in Harlem (New York, NY)
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An extensive literature on transportation and job access for low-income households has explored the validity of the spatial mismatch hypothesis that posits that the migration of people and employment opportunities from the urban inner city left behind an underclass of increasingly unemployable low-income black men (Holzer 1991; Kain 1968, 1992).
THE JOURNEY TO WORK FOR AFRICAN AMERICANS Inquiries about racial disparities in employment accessibility are central to the spatial mismatch hypothesis (Kain, 1968).