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INTRA-HOUSEHOLD DISCRETE CHOICE MODELS OF MODE CHOICE AND RESIDENTIAL LOCATION

Nathalie Picard (), André de Palma () and Sophie Dantan

Articles, 2013, vol. 40, issue 3

Abstract: We review the literature on household decision-making in economics as well as in transportation and urban economics. This literature starts with Gary Becker in Economics, 30 years ago, and has recently been introduced to study specific questions related to mobility and space. We consider two examples : residential location and mode choice for dual earner households. In these two examples, the decision is the outcome of a bargaining process within the household. We show that the results may differ substantially when compared with those of the standard approach.

Date: 2013
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