Published: Nicholas Irwin

Nicholas Irwin (Economics) with Jinhyung Lee, Harvey Miller, and Elena Irwin (all from Ohio State University) recently published their paper, "The Role of Distance‐Dependent Versus Localized Amenities in Polarizing Urban Spatial Structure: A Spatio‐Temporal Analysis of Residential Location Value in Columbus, Ohio, 2000–2015," in Geographical Analysis. The paper examines the relative effects of different types of amenities in changing urban spatial structure and residential location within a single urban area before, during, and after the Great Recession through changes in the neighborhood value premium. This paper will be included in a special issue of the journal Spatial Perspectives on Neighborhood Effects and Neighborhood Dynamics.

 

 

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