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The Shape of Mobility: Measuring the Distance Decay Function of Household Mobility

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A well-known challenge to studies examining the distance of residential mobility patterns is that the estimates are often constrained to patterns only within a particular metro area or between metro areas. Thus, studies are unable to estimate the entire distance decay functional form. Using a unique data set on the distance of the most recent move for a large sample of households in twenty-three metropolitan areas in the United States over three waves, we flexibly estimate the distance decay function for the entire sample, as well as for a series of subpopulations based on key demographic information.
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Keywords: declinaciĆ³n del efecto distancia; distance decay; gravity model; modelo gravitacional; movilidad residencial; residential mobility

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1: University of California, Irvine 2: University of Missouri, –St. Louis

Publication date: January 2, 2017

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