Toward a better representation of housing demand : on the role of monetary and non-monetary costs in household residential strategies

Abstract : This dissertation investigates household residential strategies using housing and transportation budgets, including outlays and daily travel time and distance in the case of transport. It aims to better understand the role of budget constraints in determining residential choices in order to obtain a clearer representation of these choices in applied modeling. A state of the art compares how housing demand is represented and analyzed in economics with land-use transport interaction modeling. Considering the lack of a comprehensive perspective on the one side and a tendency toward a purely statistical as opposed to a behavioral perspective on the other, our analysis of the role of housing and transport budgets intends to remedy both shortcomings.I examine housing and transport budgets in the Greater Paris Region and their implications for household residential strategies before evaluating the impact of limiting either housing or housing plus transport expenses using a theoretical model
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Nicolas Coulombel. Toward a better representation of housing demand : on the role of monetary and non-monetary costs in household residential strategies. Architecture, space management. Université Paris-Est, 2010. English. ⟨NNT : 2010PEST1101⟩. ⟨tel-00601262⟩

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