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journey to work as a determinant of residential location.

John Forrest Kain

journey to work as a determinant of residential location.

by John Forrest Kain

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Published in [Berkeley .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Housing research,
  • Labor and laboring classes -- Michigan -- Detroit,
  • Commuting

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationxx, 374 p.
    Number of Pages374
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19621577M

    O’Sullivan, pp Kain, “The Journey to Work as a Determinant of Residential Location.” Urban Analysis, pp. Wheaton, “Income and Urban Residence: An Analysis of Consumer Demand for Location.” O’Sullivan, pp Mieszkowski and Mills, “The Causes of Metropolitan Suburbanization.”. Residential location, workplace location, choice of mode for the journey to work, wage rate and housing price are all endoge-nous variables, so their inclusion in the esti-mating equations would produce biased results. This means that, for example, a change in a demographic characteristic (such as getting married) may change the choices.

      For those parents who can work remotely from anywhere and who can afford the high cost of living in a luxury hotel for weeks or even months at a time, certain top-dollar resorts are rolling out. Commuting is periodically recurring travel between one's place of residence and place of work, or study, and in doing so exceed the boundary of their residential community. It sometimes refers to any regular or often repeated traveling between locations, even when not work-related. A distinction is also often made between commuters who commute daily or weekly between their residence to work.

    Keywords: accessibility, journey-to-work, travel time, job-housing balance, commuting Introduction The influence of land use patterns on commuting time residential location decisions.’ important determinant of commuting duration, and strives to measure that importance. That is, while.   Another reason is that the journey to work has declined in importance as a determinant of where people live. It now accounts for only one fifth to one quarter of all trips, as people travel a lot.


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Journey to work as a determinant of residential location by John Forrest Kain Download PDF EPUB FB2

Data on the manner in which transportation costs influence the household's choice of a residential location. A residential location model is also described that considers this problem somewhat differently from previous models. It is shown that households substitute journey-to-work expenditures for site expenditures.

Get this from a library. The journey-to-work as a determinant of residential location. [John F Kain]. The Journey-to-Work as a Determinant of Residential Location Article in Papers in Regional Science 9(1) - January with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: John F.

Kain. the journey‐to‐work as a determinant of residential location John F. Kain This paper is to some extent a examination of some of the research findings of the author's doctoral dissertation presented to the Department of the Economics at the University of California in Cited by:   The Location of Residential Areas; Published: December ; The journey-to-work as a determinant of residential location.

John F. Kain Papers of the Regional Science Association volume 9, pages – ()Cite this articleCited by:   The test of the association of workplace and residential change is a test of the journey-to-work models of residential location.

This analysis of the determinants of intrametropolitan moving behavior indicates a significant association between workplace changes and residence changes, and supports the importance of the workplace in determining residence location.

If H^ is rejected, then cost factors in addition to the market price affect the house- hold's choice of location.5 Journey-to-Work Costs If market price is rejected as the sole component of full housing cost, the next hypothesis is that the gross price of housing, as defined by Kain and Quigley [4], is the correct specification of the price.

Journals & Books; Register program on school outcomes was similarly focused in how the economic opportunities of minority households vary with location.

John Kain's scientific work forms a legacy linked by the study of the urban disadvantaged. J F KainThe journey to work as a determinant of residential location. Papers of the Regional.

A multiple regression model has shown the over‐all importance of the budget constraint as a factor in the residential location decision relative to the job site. Of the variables included in the analysis, the wage rate of the worker is the strongest determinant of the location decision.

2For example: William Alonso, Location and Land Use (Cambridge: Harvard Uni-versity Press, ); John F. Kain, "The Journey-to-Work as a Determinant of Residential Location," Papers and Proceedings of the Regional Science Association 9(): —61; Edwin S.

Mills, "An Aggregative Model of Resource Allocation in a Metropolitan Area,". This important work brings together a range of perspectives in contemporary urban analysis. The field of urban analysis is characterized by the multiplicity of approaches, philosophies, and methodologies employed in the examination of urban.

Request PDF | Determinants of residential location in the Adenta Municipality, Ghana | This paper assesses the determinants of households’ residential location decision in the Adenta. MTC,“The journey-to-work in the San Francisco Bay Area”, WP-5, Metropolitan Transportation Commission, Oakland, CA Google Scholar Muth, R F, Cities and Housing (University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL).

The Journey-to-Work as a Determinant of Residential Location Author: John F. Kain Subject: Data on the manner in which transportation costs influence the household's choice of a residential location.

A residential location model is also described that considers this problem somewhat differently from previous models. on the Distrbution of Urban Rent and Residential Density”, J. Econ. Theory 4, (), pp. ; John F. Ram, “The Journey to Work as a Determinant of Residential Location”, Papers and Proceedings of the Regional Science Association, Vol.

IX (), pp. The Theory of Residential Location: Limitations, Assumptions, Definitions The Journey to Work — I: Multiple Nuclei.

*immediately available upon purchase as print book shipments may be delayed due to the COVID crisis. ebook access is temporary and does not include ownership of the ebook.

Only valid for books with an ebook version. Location and Commuting Project – Preliminary\ud Analysis of the Pilot Survey in a Central London Company. to work patterns is followed by analysis of residential and workplace mobility.\ud \ud Age is found to be an important determinant of both residential and employment mobility with housing tenure and occupational classifications.

The journey-to-work as a determinant of residential location, (). The structure of urban equilibria: a unified treatment of the Muth-Mills model, in Edwin Mills. The patterns of work trips also comprise important determinants of maximum reasonable distances between residential areas and the dusters of commercial and industrial enterprise.

This monograph presents analytical approaches to the study of the journey to work—primarily in development of the patterns of its time and scale characteristics.

R Cervero & K-L Wu, "Polycentrism, commuting, and residential location in the San Francisco Bay area," Environment and Planning A, Pion Ltd, London, vol. 29(5), pagesLevinson, "Accessibility and the Journey to Work," Working PapersUniversity of Minnesota: Nexus Research Group.R Cervero & K-L Wu, "Polycentrism, Commuting, and Residential Location.

Downloadable! The effect of an individual-specific measure of accessibility to jobs is analyzed using a three-level nested logit model of residential location, workplace, and job type choice.

This measure takes into account the attractiveness of different job types when the workplace choice is anticipated in the residential location decision.Corporation, Memorandum RMFF (in press); and idem, "The Journey-to-Work as a Determinant of Residential Location,"Proceedings of the Regional Science Association, See, for example, Edgar M.

Hoover and Raymond Vernon, Anatomy of a Metropolis, Harvard University Press, ; William Alonzo, "A Theory of the.ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xx, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: The journey to work as a determinant of residential location --Commuting and residential decisions of central business district workers --An econometric model of urban residential and travel behavior --The distribution and movement of jobs and industry .