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  • Metropolitan income inequality during the 1980s : the impact of urban development, industrial mix, and family structure
  • Family income ; Labour market ; Living standard ; Model ; Regional disparities ; Socio-economic system ; Town ; United States of America ; Wage inequality
  • Disparités régionales ; Etats-Unis ; Inégalité des revenus ; Marché du travail ; Modèle ; Niveau de vie ; Revenu familial ; Structure socio-économique ; Ville
  • The empirical models presented here show that the interurban variation in income inequality can be explained by two factors : the level of urban development and variations in the urban characteristics of family and industrial structure
  • . A decomposition of 1979 and 1989 cross-sectional models reveal that while changes in urban family and industrial characteristics have been sources of rising inequality, there has been significant structural change in the urban models acting to decrease inequality.
  • 1997
  • Out of the rat race. The migration of low income urban families to small town Wairarapa
  • 1997
  • [b1] Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit, Wellington, Nouvelle-Zelande
  • Demographic analysis ; Demography ; Economic impact ; Family ; Income transfer ; Life cycle ; Life expectancy ; Model ; Mortality ; Population ageing ; Statistics ; Welfare
  • 1997
  • Africa ; Agricultural production ; Agriculture ; Development ; Economic aid ; Economic efficiency ; Education ; Enquiry ; Family income ; Poverty
  • Afrique ; Agriculture ; Aide au développement ; Développement ; Education ; Efficacité économique ; Enquête ; Pauvreté ; Production agricole ; Préférence commerciale ; Revenu familial
  • 1997
  • Ethnic community ; Family income ; Housing ; Housing cost ; Housing market ; Living standard ; Poverty ; Social structure ; United States of America ; Urban area ; Urban society
  • Coût du logement ; Espace urbain ; Etats-Unis ; Ethnie ; Logement ; Marché du logement ; Niveau de vie ; Pauvreté ; Revenu familial ; Société urbaine ; Structure sociale
  • 1997
  • Family income ; France ; High speed train ; Model ; Public sector ; Tariff rate ; Transport ; Transport cost
  • Coût de transport ; France ; Modèle ; Redistribution spatiale ; Revenu familial ; Secteur public ; Tarification ; Train à grande vitesse ; Transport
  • 1997
  • Acquiring property ; Comparative study ; Decision ; Family income ; Germany ; Household behaviour ; Housing ; Housing market ; Housing policy ; Residential choice ; Residential mobility ; United States of America
  • Accession à la propriété ; Allemagne ; Choix de l'habitat ; Comportement des ménages ; Décision ; Etats-Unis ; Etude comparée ; Logement ; Marché du logement ; Mobilité résidentielle ; Politique du logement ; Revenu familial
  • 1997
  • Population migration, regional economic growth and income determination : a comparative study of Dongguan and Meizhou, China
  • This study draws on data from a household survey conducted in these two cities of the Guangdong province. A series of covariance tests confirms the hypothesis that a given set of income determinants has different effects in different geographical
  • and migratory-status settings. The effect of education on income also shows systematic variations with level of economic development. The temporary migrants who do not possess permanent residential status constitute an obvious disadvantaged group.
  • 1997
  • Environmental equity in Canada : an empirical investigation into the income distribution of pollution in Ontario
  • , and pollution emissions. Manufacturing employment, urbanization variables, dwelling value, and household income are all related to pollution emissions. A conceptual model of the development process is formulated to explain the positive relationship between
  • pollution emissions and income levels.
  • 1997
  • The strategic identification of suitable land for low income residential development
  • 1997
  • Regional per capita income convergence in Austria
  • Austria ; Economic growth ; Living standard ; Neo-classical model ; Per capita income ; Regional disparities ; Regional economy ; Regression analysis ; Time series
  • 1997
  • The contribution of environmental amenities to low-income housing : a comparative study of Bangkok and Jakarta
  • 1997
  • Income redistribution ; Income transfer ; Living standard ; Regional disparities ; Spatial analysis ; Taxation system ; United Kingdom
  • 1997
  • Accounting for the change in income disparities between US central cities and their suburbs from 1980 to 1990
  • Inner city ; Living standard ; Local labour market ; Per capita income ; Regression analysis ; Suburbs ; Town ; United States of America ; Wage inequality
  • 1997
  • Agricultural production ; Economic efficiency ; Farm ; Farm income ; Greece ; Livestock farming ; Model ; Production fonction
  • 1997
  • Administration ; Administrative structure ; China ; Income transfer ; Regional development ; Taxation system ; Territorial planning ; Territorial unit
  • 1997
  • to population size and median household income. Country music is most popular in the Upland South (where et originated), Great Plains, and Texas/Oklahoma regions. There is a general aversion to such music in the New England and Middle Atlantic regions. - (SLD)
  • 1997
  • the induced impact into relative wage and regional income retention effects.
  • 1997
  • Attention is given to the role of rural roads in countering remoteness and promoting more equitable development. The paper focuses on three economic impacts of roads - agricultural production, employment, and household income. The impact of roads
  • 1997
  • The empirical analysis uses the Panel Study of Income Dynamics and discrete-time logistic regression models to include duration dependence, state dependence, associated events and nonstationarity in models of residential mobility for both renters
  • 1997