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Some empirical results of the dynamic model of household relocation for the Amsterdam region
by Vrije Universiteit, Faculteit der Economische Wetenschappen en Econometrie in Amsterdam
Written in English
|Statement||Annemarie Rima,Leo van Wissen, Peter Nijkamp.|
|Series||Serie research memoranda : Researchmemorandum -- 1987-65, Serie research memoranda -- 1987-65.|
|Contributions||Wissen, Leo van., Nijkamp, Peter, 1946-|
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3: Residential Mobility and Household Location Modelling References Allen, P. M., G. Engelen and M. Sanglier () 'Towards a general dynamic model of the spatial evolution of urban systems'.Cited by: The empirical analysis is dynamic, and it aims at a description and forecast of urban housing-market developments; the intent of the authors is to construct a realistic housingmarket model of Amsterdam that can be used for planning and policy simulations.
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