publication . Thesis . 2011

Commuting flows & local labour markets: Spatial interaction modelling of travel-to-work

Farmer, Carson J. Q.;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Sep 2011
  • Country: Ireland
Abstract
One of the most promising approaches to mitigating land-use and transportation problems is continued research on urban commuting. Commuting is essential to many individuals, allowing them to participate in the labour market and earn a living to meet their essential needs. As such, a better understanding of the determinants of commuting will ultimately lead to a better understanding of the complexities of employment, housing, and the many spatial processes underlying commuting. However, in order to understand the commuting process, it is important to examine the milieu within which commuting takes place: the local labour market (LLM). In this thesis, the interpla...
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free text keywords: National Center for Geocomputation, NCG
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