Zachary Klaas

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It is common practice in business geography to use gravity models such as the Reilly’s Retail Law of Gravitation model to gauge the extent of presumed trade areas for retail sites based on a variable that models the general demographic attractiveness of the site in question. In the Huff retail model, an exponent represents additional attractiveness factors(More)
We explore housing foreclosure as a mechanism that links economic shocks and neighborhood change, particularly the process of racial transition. A panel data set of the 1980 and 1990 New Orleans, Louisiana Census of Population and Housing was merged with mortgage foreclosure data aggregated to the block group level. The analysis indicates that housing(More)
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