A microeconomic model for car ownership, resident and work location

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    The research project - following the Ph.D.-study by Jeppe Rich - develops a 3-component model for car ownership, resident and work location. 1: A strategic microeconomic model based on a refined random utility framework, in which residential location, work location for up to two workers in the household and car ownership is considered. 2: An equilibrium framework for the housing market, leading to endogenous bid-rents, and 3: A short-term tactic micro model for mode and route choice. Funding: The Transport Council combined with the TRIPS Centre.
    Effective start/end date01/01/2000 → …


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