Exploring the Applicability of a Zero-Inflated Count Model to Predict Micro-scale Employment Location Patterns in the Puget Sound Region

Abstract

This paper studies employment location in the Puget Sound Region of Washington State at a micro level of geography using 150*150 meter square cells as the smallest spatial unit and with a job as the agent. Employment location modeling using large, and therefore highly aggregated, cells or zones is insensitive to important small scale locational… (More)

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