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[Unpublished] 1980. Paper presented at the Population Association of America Annual Meeting, Denver, Colo., Apr. 10-12, 1980. 39 p.Add to my documents.
Geographical Analysis. 1983 Oct; 15(4):287-304.The independent but linked traditions of stock adjustment models of residential mobility and the hedonic theory of housing demand are brought together. The principal research findings of these traditions are reviewed, an application of the random utility model to housing choice and mobility decisions is proposed, and preliminary empirical results based on retrospective household surveys conducted in South Bend, Indiana, are reported. (author's)
In: Women and the world of work. Edited by Anne Hoiberg. New York, N.Y., Plenum Press, 1982. 203-221.Add to my documents.