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The Economics of neighborhood / edited by David Segal.

New York : Academic Press, 1979.
ISBN 9780126362503, 0126362505

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Other Authors Segal, David.
Subjects Économie urbaine.
Land use, Urban -- United States.
Land use, Urban.
Mobilité résidentielle -- États-Unis.
Neighborhoods -- Economic aspects -- United States.
Neighborhoods -- Economic aspects.
Neighborhoods -- Mathematical models.
Quartiers (Urbanisme) -- Aspect économique -- États-Unis.
Quartiers (Urbanisme) -- Modèles mathématiques.
Residential mobility -- United States.
Residential mobility.
Sol, Utilisation urbaine du -- États-Unis.
Tierra urbana, Uso de la -- EE. UU. -- Discursos, ensayos, conferencias.
United States.
Urban economics.
Vecindades -- Modelos matemáticos -- Discursos, ensayos, conferencias.
Series Studies in urban economics.
Description xiii, 296 pages : graphs ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1979.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents I. Introduction / David Segal --II. Demand for neighborhood -- A logit model of demand for neighborhood / Roberton C. Williams, Jr. -- A probability model for analyzing interneighborhood mobility / Jonathan H. Mark, Thomas P. Boehm and Charles L. Leven -- A quasi-loglinear model of neighborhood choice / David Segal -- Neighborhood choice and transportation services / Steven R. Lerman -- III. Neighborhood supply -- Private residential renewal and the supply of neighborhoods / Clifford R. Kern -- The role of governments as suppliers of neighborhood / Lesley Daniels -- Modeling neighborhood change / John F. Kain and William C. Apgar, Jr. -- IV. Equilibrium approaches to neighborhood -- The Hedonic price approach to measuring demand for neighborhood characteristics / A. Myrick Freeman, III -- The disbenefits of neighborhood and environment to urban property / Brian J.L. Berry and Robert S. Bednarz -- A computational approach to the study of neighborhood effects in general equilibrium urban land use models / Donald K. Richter -- Local public goods and the market for neighborhoods / Bryan Ellickson.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)4882681
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