English, Article edition: A Nested Logit Approach to Household Mobility Thomas A. Knapp; Nancy E. White; David E. Clark

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  • A Nested Logit Approach to Household Mobility
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  • Thomas A. Knapp
  • Nancy E. White
  • David E. Clark
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  • This study analyzes personal and site characteristics in a model of intraMSA and interMSA mobility. Households are assumed to choose a single type of move, intraMSA or interMSA, while simultaneously choosing a central city or suburban destination. We demonstrate that a nested logit model is appropriate on both theoretical and empirical grounds. The sample consists of intrametropolitan and intermetropolitan movers drawn from the 1990 U.S. Census PUMS. Personal characteristics drawn from the PUMS are matched to numerous site characteristics (climatic measures, other amenities, state and local fiscal characteristics, and other urban quality measures) drawn from a variety of sources. Nested logit direct and cross elasticities are presented for a number of site attributes. Copyright 2001 BlackwellPublishers
  • RePEc:bla:jregsc:v:41:y:2001:i:1:p:1-22
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