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Freizeitbewertung und städtische Bevölkerungsverteilung – Theoretische und empirische Ergebnisse -


  • Klaus Schöler
  • Wolfgang Wagner


In diesem Beitrag untersuchen wir den Einfluß einer sozioökonomischen Variablen -- die Wertschätzung der Freizeit durch die Haushalte -- auf das innerstädtische Siedlungsverhalten. Die Diskussion dieser Variablen soll zunächst im Rahmen eines Standardmodells der Stadtökonomie erfolgen. Dabei zeigt sich ein eindeutiges Ergebnis: Jene Haushalte, für die die Freizeit einen hohen Nutzen stiftet, siedeln sich am Stadtzentrum an. Danach wenden wir uns der Empirie zu. Am Beispiel Potsdams soll das tatsächliche Siedlungsverhalten der Haushalte aufgezeigt werden. Der Vergleich der Modellergebnisse mit den empirischen Befunden verdeutlicht zum einen, daß die Modelle vermutlich wesentliche Einflußgrößen, die das Siedlungsverhalten bestimmen, nicht erfassen. Zum anderen zeigen die empirischen Ergebnisse die große Bedeutung der singulären, einer allgemeinen Theorie prinzipiell nicht zugänglichen Einflüsse auf die Zusammensetzung und Verteilung der Wohnbevölkerung.

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  • Klaus Schöler & Wolfgang Wagner, 2003. "Freizeitbewertung und städtische Bevölkerungsverteilung – Theoretische und empirische Ergebnisse -," Volkswirtschaftliche Diskussionsbeiträge 54, Universität Potsdam, Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaftliche Fakultät.
  • Handle: RePEc:pot:vwldis:54

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