Elizabeth Bruch

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and suggestions that improved upon later versions. ABSTRACT This paper uses a computational model and real-world data to examine the relationship between the residential choices of individuals and aggregate patterns of neighborhood change. Our goal is to determine what assumptions about individuals' preferences for the race/ethnic composition of their(More)
This paper reviews methods for analyzing both individual preferences and choices about where to live, and the implications of these choices for residential patterns. While these methods are discussed in the context of residential choice, they can be applied more broadly to individual choices in a range of social contexts where behavior is interdependent. We(More)
This paper examines the relationships between the residential choices of individuals and aggregate segregation patterns. Analyses based on computational models show that high levels of segregation occur only when individuals' preferences follow a threshold function. If individuals make finer-grained distinctions among neighborhoods that vary in racial(More)
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