Real Estate

The Study of Chinese Real Estate Enterprises Issuing Perpetual Bonds Financing: Advantage and Risk

A huge amount of real estate perpetual debt issuance, while enterprises are faced with the next step-up bond rates had to redeem bonds premise, will face a huge amount of reimbursement

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Theories of urban externalities

The Lagrange multipliers have basically the same interpretation as in Chapter I: ν x and ν a are weights attached to the utilities of different households to obtain equal utility

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An Investigation of Household Reproductive Behaviour in Pakistan

-18Despite the fact that data on Pakistan fail to reflect that fertility levels are lower in urban areas than the rural, two variables, female residence before marriage, and the

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Migration Patterns in Pakistan: Preliminary Results from the PLM Survey, 1979

This is even ~ore marked when fe~ale migration for narria?e is excluded.6 A~ong the provinces of Pakistan, a higher incidence of in-~igration is recorded for both rural and urban Punjab

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Fertility Levels, Trends and Differentials in Pakistan: Evidence from the Population, Labour Force and Migration Survey 1979 80

58 Mean Number of Live Births During The Past 5 Years To Women Continuously Married During The Interval According To A Current Age, B Years Since First Marriage, And C Number Of Living

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Taxonomical analysis of regional development by outranking relations on multiple principal components

It is remarkable, however, that most of the studies on taxonomical analysis of regional level of development have avoided using multiple principal components, relying on the first

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Information and Competitive Equilibria in the Housing Market

Soldatos Abstract This paper derives necessary and sufficient conditions for the existence and occurrence likelihood of competitive equilibria in urban land and housing markets: i when

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Deregulation of Domestic Aviation the First Year

AIRLINE COMPETlTllON UNDER DEREGULATION Price competition Longitudinal analysis of fare discounting since deregulation Cross-sectional analysis of winter ’91 fare discounts The

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Locational planning on scenario based networks

Nevertheless, knowing the nature of locational planning and the problems faced within the context of scenario-based location analysis, we argue, that through the implementation of our

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Interregional and International Telephone Communication Aggregate Traffic Model and Empirical Evidence for Austria

Comparison of Different Interregional Domestic Telephone Traffic Models Using Gross Domestic Product for the Mass Terms and Different Separation Functions: Parameter Estimates and

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Two Alternative Macro Based Approaches to Model Telecommunication Traffic

Two different models of interregional telephone traffic in Austria have been discussed and compared: the conventional unconstrained spatial interaction model of the gravity type and an

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Entry in Greek manufacturing industry: Athens vs the rest of Greece

where P* is expected pro®ts; GR is the rate of growth; SI is the relative size of the market; KR is capital requirements; BR is business risk; CN is the degree of concentration; AD is

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Public Capital and Productive Efficiency in the Spanish Regions (1964 1989)

Or, expressed in logarithmic terms: ln Y/N = ln Y/L + ln L/PA + ln PA/N In the neoclassical growth model, the convergence of the productivities of the factors labour and capital is

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A Framework for Research on Spatial Analysis Relevant to Geo Statistical Informations Systems in Europe

Openshaw, S., 1993a, 'Modelling spatial interaction using a neural net', in MM Fischer and P Nijkampt eds GIS, Spatial Modelling and Policy Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 147-164 Openshaw,

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Units of investigation for local economic development policies

Essentially, though it can trace its origins in different areas of research, the idea that industry is not an adequate research unit in the analysis and formulation of development

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Do roads cause deforestation? Using satellite images in econometric analysis of land use

location with geophysical and socioeconomic characteristics equal to the mean of those for the forest irrigated crop locations: what is the effect of a change in the RHS variables on

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Is China taking actions to limit its greenhouse gas emissions? past evidence and future prospects

Given the fact that most developing countries at China’s income level have the income elasticity of energy consumption well above one see Table 6, this makes China’s achievement unique

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Τesting convergence and divergence: the data from Greece

In other words, if we run a cross-sectional regression of growth of initial income holding constant a number of additional variables, and we find that the coefficient of initial income

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