A Comprehensive, Unified, Framework for Analyzing Spatial Location Choice
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This paper develops a conceptual and econometric framework of non-work activity location choice that is comprehensive in its incorporation of spatial cognition, heterogeneity in preference behavior, and spatial interaction. The proposed framework subsumes a variety of restricted models including the multinomial logit, first-order state dependence logit, spatially correlated logit and mixed spatially correlated logit models. The applicability of the framework is demonstrated through an empirical analysis using the German Mobidrive data.
At the time of publication A. Sivakumar was at RAND Europe-Cambridge; and C.R. Bhat was at the University of Texas at Austin.