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The Uses of Tobit Analysis
In this paper authors point out that the coefficients obtained from using Tobit-here called "beta" coefficients - provide more information than is commonly realized. In particular, authors show thatExpand
The identification of urban employment subcenters
Abstract The purpose of this paper is to propose empirical criteria for the identification of urban employment subcenters. It is suggested that gross employment density (employment divided by totalExpand
The effect of anticipated transportation improvement on residential land values
This paper is an empirical study of residential land values in the vicinity of the new elevated transit line that runs the 11 miles from downtown Chicago to Midway Airport. The results show that inExpand
Reaction of House Prices to a New Rapid Transit Line: Chicago's Midway Line, 1983–1999
This study examines the effect of the new rapid transit line from downtown Chicago to Midway Airport on single-family house prices before and after the opening of the line. The results show that theExpand
Suburban Employment Centres: The Case of Chicago
This paper uses data from the journey to work portion of the 1980 Census to estimate a polycentric model of employment density for the Chicago urbanised area. Distance to the Chicago central businessExpand
Suburban Subcenters and Employment Density in Metropolitan Chicago
Abstract A detailed data set covering every quarter section in suburban Chicago is used to identify employment subcenters and to determine their influence on employment density. Proximity to the 20Expand
Econometric studies of urban population density: a survey.
  • J. Mcdonald
  • Geography, Medicine
  • Journal of urban economics
  • 1 November 1989
TLDR
This paper presents the 1st reasonably comprehensive survey of empirical research of urban population densities since the publication of the book by Edmonston in 1975 and points toward possible areas for additional research. Expand
Determinants of Commuting Time and Distance for Seoul Residents: The Impact of Family Status on the Commuting of Women
This paper performs multiple regression analysis to identify a large number of determinants of commuting time and distance for Seoul residents using the 2 per cent public-use sample data tape of theExpand
Capital-land substitution in urban housing: A survey of empirical estimates
Abstract Recent empirical studies of capital-land substitution in urban housing are examined to determine the best estimate of the elasticity of substitution parameter σ. Studies based upon a crossExpand
A nonparametric analysis of employment density in a polycentric city
Nonparametric estimation procedures offer distinct advantages in modeling polycentric cities because they are flexible enough to account for functional form misspecification and incorrect subcenterExpand
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