Collective and Cooperative Behaviour Models
In modelling residential choice we cannot escape the debate about the effect of societal context on an individual’s decision-making. This debate depends on whether we set more store by the aggregate scale of society or by the individual’s decision-making. An individual-centred approach will focus on the particularities of an individual and the way her past, for example, influences her decisions.
KeywordsResidential Mobility Pivot Point Local Public Good Indirect Utility Function Residential Choice
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