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The Detroit prototype of the NBER urban simulation model [by] Gregory K. Ingram, John F. Kain [and] J. Royce Ginn. With contributions by H. James Brown and Stephen P. Dresch.

; Kain, John F., author ; Ginn, J. Royce, author
New York, National Bureau of Economic Research; distributed by Columbia University Press, 1972.
ISBN 0870142585, 9780870142581

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Other Authors Ginn, J. Royce,
Kain, John F.,
Subjects Cities and towns -- Simulation methods -- Case studies.
Cities and towns -- Simulation methods.
City planning -- Michigan -- Detroit.
City planning.
Michigan -- Detroit.
Urbanisme -- Michigan -- Détroit.
Villes -- Simulation, Méthodes de -- Cas, Études de.
Series Urban and regional studies (New York) ; 1.
Description 233 pages illustrations 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1972.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 225-228).
Also issued online.
Contents The NBER urban simulation model -- Relation of the NBER model to existing models -- An overview of the model -- Theoretical issues and practical alternatives in model design -- Detroit and the modeled city -- Modeling demographic behavior : the employment location, movers, and vacancy submodels -- Modeling the housing market : demand allocation, filtering, supply, and market-clearing submodels -- Gross price effects and estimation of submarket demand parameters -- Status of the modeling effort
Genre Case studies.
Geographic Area Michigan
Network Numbers (OCoLC)590754
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WorldCat Identities Ingram, Gregory K.
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