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  • Australia ; Family ; Household ; Housing ; Life cycle ; Local amenities ; Neighbourhood ; Preference ; Residential choice ; Social geography ; Way of life ; Western Australia
  • and estimated lifestyle latent classes. The composition of the latent structure differs for each lifecycle segment; income and the age of the head of household strongly affect housing preferences, but do not lead to the same latent class structure for households
  • 2013
  • Congo ; Entrepreneurship ; Family income ; Fishing ; Gender ; Household ; Informal sector ; Inshore fishery ; Livelihood ; Migration ; Social status ; Woman
  • Congo ; Esprit d'entreprise ; Femme ; Fumage de poisson ; Genre ; Migration ; Moyens d'existence ; Ménage ; Pointe-Noire ; Pêche ; Pêche côtière ; Revenu familial ; Secteur informel ; Statut social
  • 2013
  • that communities will be relocated to a new climate and new elevation. Secondly, that physiographic element changes due to relocation will reduce household economic income. Thirdly, that communities relocated across the study township are less connected
  • with their former relatives after relocation while family-to-family free labor exchange. China’s dam resettlement compensation system focuses on the loss of economic resources after relocation. However, this study finds that the physiographic elements
  • 2013
  • Enquiry ; Family income ; India ; Labour ; Labour market ; Living standard ; Multidimensional scaling ; Poverty ; Rural area ; Rural development ; Tamil Nadu ; Village ; Work scheme
  • Développement rural ; Echelle multidimensionnelle ; Enquête ; Espace rural ; Inde ; Marché du travail ; Niveau de vie ; Pauvreté ; Revenu familial ; Régime de travail ; Tamil Nādu ; Travail ; Village
  • 2013
  • Why do higher-income households choose low-income neighbourhoods? Pioneering or thrift?
  • Household ; Housing ; Housing cost ; Income ; Neighbourhood ; Preference ; Residential choice ; Service ; Social geography ; United States of America
  • This paper offers several hypotheses about which US higher-income households choose to move into low-income neighbourhoods and why. It first explores whether the probability that a household moves into a relatively low-income neighbourhood (an RLIN
  • 2013
  • Neighbourhood income sorting and the effects of neighbourhood income mix on income : a holistic empirical exploration
  • Household ; Income ; Neighbourhood effect ; Stockholm ; Sweden ; Urban economy
  • 2013
  • Regional effects of trade on income
  • Africa ; Caribbean ; Commodity flow ; Economic growth ; Export ; Impact ; Importation ; Income ; Latin America ; Regional economy ; Spatial variation ; Subsaharan Africa ; Trade
  • 2013
  • Trade liberalization, deindustrialization, and inequality : evidence from middle-income Latin American countries
  • This article explores the relationship among trade liberalization, deindustrialization, and income inequality in the more industrially advanced Latin American countries. It argues that, among the most important liberal reforms implemented during
  • 2013
  • Agency ; Argentina ; Candidate ; Clientelism ; Election ; Electoral geography ; Income ; Political geography ; Political party ; Social class ; Social geography
  • This article challenges the assumption that parties and candidates with access to material benefits will always distribute goods to low-income voters in exchange for electoral support. I claim that a candidate’s capacity to turn to clientelistic
  • 2013
  • Income ; Neighbourhood ; Neighbourhood effect ; Pennsylvania ; Social geography ; United States of America ; Urban area
  • . Diversity, both in educational attainment and in income, however, are associated with high neighborhood collective efficacy, and are not related to neighborhood churning.
  • 2013
  • Communication ; Household ; Household consumption ; Income ; Internal migration ; Labour market ; Migratory flow ; Regional disparities ; Regional economy ; Technology ; United States of America
  • and communication technologies. The first two are probably linked, as households have responded to decreasing real income over the last quarter-century through greater female labor force participation and maintaining current levels of consumption by borrowing ever
  • 2013
  • -income people eat, where and how they shop, and what motivates their food choices. Cost is the primary barrier to healthy food access, and low-income people employ a wide variety of strategies to obtain the foods they prefer at prices they can afford.
  • 2013
  • Citizen participation in urban governance in the context of democratization : evidence from low-income neighbourhoods in Mexico
  • 2013
  • of parks is examined, particularly with reference to access within 15 minutes by residents. As expected low-income suburbs have the poorest provision, although all income groups suffer in some areas. Suggestions for remedial action are outlined. - (AJC)
  • 2013
  • This article analyses residential satisfaction in China’s informal settlements through the examples of Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou. It demonstrates that migrants and low-income groups are not less satisfied than nonmigrants or middle-range
  • income earners; the most important determinant is social attachment within the community. Also, the perception of being excluded, or lacking neighborhood social attachment, significantly reduces residential satisfaction. It concludes that removing
  • 2013
  • Housing projects for low-income groups and modes of economic integration : a comparative study in Greater Cairo
  • Cairo ; Egypt ; Housing ; Housing policy ; Income ; Informality ; Livelihood ; Neighbourhood ; Settlement ; Social geography ; Sociological integration
  • 2013
  • The impact of spatial mismatch on residents in low-income housing neighbourhoods : a study of the Guangzhou metropolis, China
  • China ; Employment ; Guangdong ; Guangzhou ; Household ; Housing ; Housing policy ; Income ; Neighbourhood ; Private sector ; Public sector ; Role of the State ; Spatial mismatch
  • 2013
  • Economic change and rising income inequality in the Oslo region : the importance of knowledge-intensive business services
  • Employment ; Gender ; Immigrants ; Income ; Industry ; Knowledge ; Labour market ; Manpower ; Norway ; Oslo ; Producer services ; Wage inequality
  • 2013
  • Trade openness and regional income spillovers in Brazil : a spatial econometric approach
  • Brazil ; Econometry ; Economic growth ; Economic impact ; Human capital ; Liberalisation ; Living standard ; Local economy ; Per capita income ; Spatial dependence ; Spillover ; Trade
  • 2013
  • Income and preferences for the environment : evidence from subjective well-being data
  • Atmospheric pollution ; Environment ; Income ; Ireland ; Local amenities ; Quality of life ; Social class ; Social geography ; Subjectivity ; Temperature ; Water pollution ; Well-being
  • 2013