The empirical analysis of housing careers: a review and a general statistical modelling framework
Abstractis argued that the notion of housing careers has an important potential role in integrating the diverse theoretical perspectives which characterise research into residential mobility and tenure choice. By the synthesis of concepts from a range of theoretical and empirical traditions, a statistical modelling framework is developed that treats housing careers as trajectories from a dynamic optimisation process. This framework is operationalised in a companion paper that reports an empirical study of housing careers in Cardiff.
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Volume (Year): 23 (1991)
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