Michael A. Niedzielski

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Core and peripheral contrasts in journey-to-work trip length can be interpreted as imputing the relative value of origin and destination accessibility (yielding theoretical proxies for rent and wages). Because the main variables are shown to be critically dependent on spatial structure, they may be interpreted as showing the shadow prices due to comparative(More)
Spatial interaction models for commuting and trip distribution are a core component of transportation modeling in geography and regional science. Because of their long standing development, the fundamental computational and algorithmic issues associated with calibration and estimation of these models are quite well worked out (see papers cited in references(More)
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