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Residential development is a dynamic process, as changes in housing stock vary substantially over space and time. These spatiotemporal dynamics are expected to differ in various hierarchical levels of urban areas. Urban cores, peri-urban areas and predominantly rural areas are likely to...
This study investigates knowledge-workers’ housing preferences in terms of tenure, dwelling type, location and size. The analysis is conducted by applying a joint multinomial-logit ordered-response model to the housing choices of knowledgeworkers residing in the Tel-Aviv metropolitan region and...
The dynamics of residential sorting have been previously explored using segregation models. In contrast with these models which emphasize resultant spatial distributions, this paper suggests an approach of assessing temporal income sorting trends through the analysis of residential mobility...
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