Dynamic Models of Residential Segregation: Brief Review - Analytical Resolution and Study of the Introduction of Coordination

@inproceedings{Grauwin2009DynamicMO,
  title={Dynamic Models of Residential Segregation: Brief Review - Analytical Resolution and Study of the Introduction of Coordination},
  author={Sebastian Grauwin and Florence Goffette-Nagot and Pablo Jensen},
  year={2009}
}
In his 1971's Dynamic Models of Segregation paper, the economist Thomas C. Schelling showed that a small preference for one's neighbors to be of the same color could lead to total segregation, even if total segregation does not correspond to individual preferences and to a residential configuration maximizing the collective utility. The present work is aimed at deepening the understanding of the properties of dynamic models of segregation based on Schelling's hypotheses. Its main contributions… CONTINUE READING

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