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The literature on neighbourhood effects suggests that the lack of social mobility of some groups has a spatial dimension. It is thought that those living in the most deprived neighbourhoods are the least likely to achieve upward mobility because of a range of negative neighbourhood effects. Most...
Research interest in Generation Y (the children of the Baby Boomers) has centered on interrelational attributes such as workplace dynamics and behavioral patterns. Less well understood, however, is whether the preferences of Gen Y relate to the attributes of the places where Gen Y is likelier to...
The paper deals with the Modifiable Areal Unit Problem in residential location choice. The household location choice model from the UrbanSim simulation framework is calibrated at different spatial scales. The capacity to predict the geographical distribution of population is a criterion for the...
Research on internal migration age profiles is important for understanding the dynamics of a country’s population geography, creating accurate population estimates in non-census years, and smoothing migration age profiles for sub-national population projections. In the international literature,...
It is extremely difficult for urban planners to envision an appropriate future for fast-growing cities using only conventional planning tools and techniques. Typically, development plans are prepared using simple two-dimensional (2D) maps that have no means of three-dimensional (3D)...
Information Society technologies are aimed at raising productivity while reducing time and costs of materials and energy for the economy. Specialists have also observed that Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), which have become significantly cheaper, are in huge demand for...
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