This study aims to investigate the extent to which history matters in shaping population distribution across space. In the wake of the current literature, the idea is to model individual location preferences by focusing on selected local determinants (neighborhood, education, income, amenities and distance from the CBD), while also taking into account temporal and spatial dependence in location choices. Our preliminary results revel the importance of segregation factors in shaping recent population density distribution.

The importance of historical linkages in shaping population density across space

I. Epifani;
2018

Abstract

This study aims to investigate the extent to which history matters in shaping population distribution across space. In the wake of the current literature, the idea is to model individual location preferences by focusing on selected local determinants (neighborhood, education, income, amenities and distance from the CBD), while also taking into account temporal and spatial dependence in location choices. Our preliminary results revel the importance of segregation factors in shaping recent population density distribution.
Book of Short Papers SIS 2018
9788891910233
Bayesian inference, Hierarchical dynamic model, Population distribution, Spatial random effects
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