Commuting and Migrating
We have focused on the transportation of commodities. It is now time to turn to the movement of people, i.e. commuting in the short run, and migration in the long run. There have been suggested several appealing models of both.
KeywordsTransportation Cost Gravity Model Entropy Model Balance Factor Hotelling Model
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