INTERACTIONS , NEIGHBORHOOD SELECTION AND HOUSING DEMAND

@inproceedings{Ioannides2002INTERACTIONSN,
  title={INTERACTIONS , NEIGHBORHOOD SELECTION AND HOUSING DEMAND},
  author={Yannis M. Ioannides and J. E. Zabel},
  year={2002}
}
This paper contributes to the growing literature that identifies and measures the impact of social context on individual economic behavior. We develop a model of housing demand with neighborhood effects and neighborhood choice. Modelling neighborhood choice is of fundamental importance in estimating and understanding endogenous and exogenous neighborhood effects. That is, to obtain unbiased estimates of neighborhood effects, it is necessary to control for non-random sorting into neighborhoods… CONTINUE READING

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