Published in 1997. The aim of this book is to explore urban modelling traditions, identify key limitations and contributions and to develop a more general model within a discrete choice framework. The scope of the effort is on household choices regarding residential location, workplace and housing tenure. It is the first systematic effort to analyze the structure and sequence of the choices made by households regarding residential location and workplace. The implications for urban theory, model development and policy analysis are substantial.
1. Introduction. 2. Theoretical Background: Models of Urban Spatial Structure. 3. The Policy Interface. 4. The Region, The Data, and The Model. 5. Results and Interpretation. 6. Conclusions and Directions for Future Research
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