From Neighborhoods to Nations: The Economics of Social Interactions

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CONTENTS
Prefacexi
Chapter 1Introduction1
1.1From Urban Externalities to Urban Interactions2
1.2Economies of Cities and New Economic Geography6
1.3Urban Structure and Growth8
1.4Urban Interactions, Politics, and Urban Design9
1.5Moving Forward9
Chapter 2Social Interactions: Theory and Empirics11
2.1Introduction11
2.2A Simple Linear Model14
2.3Endogenous Social Structure22
2.4Nonlinear Models30
2.5Why Experimental Data Can Help38
2.6Endogenous Social Structure Revisited: Dynamics44
2.7Econometrics of Social Interactions in Social Networks53
2.8Spatial Econometrics Models as Social Interactions Models61
2.9Social Learning in Urban Settings64
2.10Conclusions66
2.11Highlights of the Literature and Further Study67
2.12Appendix: Basic Facts of Graph and Network Theory for Social Network Modeling68
2.13Appendix: Survey of Micro Data Sources with Rich Contextual Information71
Chapter 3Location Decisions of Individuals and Social Interactions79
3.1Introduction79
3.2Aspatial Models of Location with Social Interactions82
3.3An Exact Solution for Hedonic Prices in a Model of Sorting88
3.4A Discrete Location Problem with Endogenous and Contextual Effects95
3.5Endogenous Neighborhood Choice and Contextual Effects in Housing Decisions97
3.6Spatial Clustering and Demographic Characteristics: Schelling’s Models115
3.7Hierarchical Models of Community Choice with Social Interactions126

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