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The use of vacancy chains and loglinear models to analyse relationships among housing sub-markets in Dutch geography in the 1980s. A selection of contribucions to the I.G.U. 1984.

Auteurs :
SCHOLTEN, H. J.
HOOIMEIJER, P.
ASHWORTH (G. J.) ed.,
VAN WEESEP (J.) ed.,

Description :
In the Netherlands housing needs will have to be satisfied increasingly within the existing stock. As a result the redistribution effects of construction programs will become of prime importance. Vacancy chain analysis is used to measure housing turnover. The input-output model described in this article can be used to assess both the total amount and the composition of the turnover, which results from a specified differentiation of construction programs. A crucial step in the construction of the model is the delimitation of spatial and sectoral sub-markets. The spatial sub-markets are derived by means of cluster-analysis. Loglinear analysis is used to assess the sectoral sub-markets and to evaluate the linkages among these sub-markets.


Type de document :
Article de périodique

Source :
Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie Rotterdam, 1984, vol. 75, n°. 3, p. 202-213, Références bibliographiques : 25 réf.

Date :
1984

Langue :
Anglais
Droits :
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