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  • Initial and subsequent location choices of immigrants to the Netherlands
  • Choice ; Ethnic segregation ; Immigrants ; Location ; Mobility ; Netherlands (The) ; Residential segregation
  • Production location choice and risk aversion
  • Location ; Location choice ; Production ; Spatial economy ; Uncertainty ; Utility fonction
  • Choice and constraint in the location of urban retail activities
  • Decision ; Location choice ; Practical work ; Research technique ; Retail trade ; Teaching of geography
  • Elaborates philosophical and methodological questions of locational decision-making : « extensive » vs. « intensive » research; and voluntarism and determinism in social activity. Includes a students exercise on retail outlets to explore the meaning
  • Technological capability, agglomeration economies and firm location choice
  • Firm ; Firm strategy ; Industrial sector ; Location ; South Korea ; Technology
  • a stronger positive effect on their location choice, while for firms with high technological capability knowledge externalities from co-located firms from related and complementary industries, or complementary specialization, more strongly influence
  • their location choice. Furthermore, the differential effect of agglomeration economies between low- and high-capability firms is more pronounced in industries with strong non-legal appropriability, implying that firms can use their location choice as a strategic
  • This paper examines the technological capability, agglomeration economies and firm location. It founds that for firms with low technological capability knowledge externalities from co-located competitors, or competitive specialization, have
  • Endogenous determination of historical amenities and the residential location choice
  • Housing market ; Land rent ; Model ; Residential choice ; Residential location ; Town ; Utility fonction
  • The role of labour cost in the location choices of Japanese investors in China
  • China ; Foreign investment ; Impact ; Investment ; Japaneses ; Location choice ; Model
  • Microeconomic formulation and estimation of a residential location choice model : implications for the value of time
  • Behaviour ; Household behaviour ; Optimization ; Residential choice ; Residential location ; Residential mobility ; Utility fonction
  • Determinants of residential location choice : how important are local public goods in attracting homeowners to central city location
  • Collective goods ; Inner city ; Location ; Logit model ; Ohio ; Public service ; Residential choice ; Residential location ; Suburbanization ; United States of America
  • Business networks and suppliers' locational choice
  • Car industry ; Enterprise ; Industrial structure ; Industry ; Location ; Location choice ; Network ; Post-Fordism ; South Korea ; Sub-contracting
  • a multifaceted causal analysis of suppliers's spatial patterns. Suppliers who transact with several assemblers are more powerful in their markets and freer in their location decisions than are dedicated suppliers and prefer remaining in the Seoul metropolitan
  • A model of residential location choice and commuting by men and women workers
  • Choice of residential location in an urban environment
  • Location choice when price is also a decision variable
  • An empirical evaluation of parameter sensitivity to choice set definition in shopping destination choice models
  • Decision ; Florida ; Location ; Market area ; Probability ; Retail trade ; Sensitivity analysis ; Shopping trip choice ; Spatial choice ; Store ; United States of America
  • Modeling the criminal's location choices in urban areas
  • Criminality ; Modelling ; Optimization ; Social geography ; Spatial analysis ; Spatial choice ; Urban area
  • Modeling micro-spatial employment location patterns : a comparison of count and choice approaches
  • Economic sector ; Employment ; Location ; Location choice ; Methodology ; Model ; United States of America ; Washington State
  • Optimum location of hierarchical production units with respect to price-elastic demand
  • Economic cost ; Location ; Market ; Optimal location ; Pricing ; Spatial equilibrium ; Transport cost
  • The main objective of the study is to consider explicitly the ways in which alternative spatial pricing policies will affect location choice. The maximum-profit location is obtained by balancing price, demand, production cost, and transportation
  • Residential location choice modelling : a micro-simulation approach
  • Czech Republic ; Demographic change ; Jihočeský ; Location ; Model ; Real estate market ; Residential choice ; Socio-economic indicators
  • Micro-simulation models have been increasingly used for studying various urban and regional processes. Here, two experimental microsimulation models are applied to the study of residential location choices of inhabitants of the Tábor micro-region
  • . The ability of the micro-simulation models to replicate the observed residential choices is evaluated by several quantitative indicators with special attention given to the stochasticity of the model behaviour. The limited availability of sufficiently
  • Estimating a destination-choice model from a choice-based sample with limited information
  • Choice ; Consumer behaviour ; Decision ; Estimation ; Location ; Probability ; Sampling
  • Choice of neighbourhoods by mover households in Karachi
  • Habitability ; Household behaviour ; Housing ; Karachi ; Large city ; Pakistan ; Residential choice ; Residential mobility ; Urban environment ; Urban policy
  • The analysis is based on a socio-economic survey of 6275 households in the city. Permanent income, location-specific income, ethnic composition and the incidence of violence are major determinants of the neighbourhood choice. This choice is driven
  • Collective action and rational choice : place, community, and the limits to individual self-interest
  • Rational choice, collective action, technological learning
  • Behaviour ; Choice ; Community ; Participation ; Political life ; Sense of belonging ; Social relations ; Society ; Territorial identity ; Theory
  • The effects of place-based social relations on collective political action remain largely untheorized. Rational choice theory correctly problematizes collective action. The theory of Habermas provides a broader conception of rationality and focuses
  • on social interaction rather than on isolated individuals. Places become less significant as bases for community and more significant in corporate location and investment decisions.