From Neighborhoods to Nations: The Economics of Social Interactions

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INDEX
Add Health data, 29, 56, 57, 59, 60, 61, 62, 74, 75, 460, 477, 507; and education outcomes, 59; and health outcomes, 60; and network empirics, 54
agglomeration, 8; and employment concentration, 258; of firms, 148; GIS-based index of, 376; identification of, 183, 233; index of, 77, 161; information-theoretic measures of, 175; and spatial concentration, 258; testing for, 158, 182
agglomeration economies, 8, 169, 258, 468
agglomeration effects, 168, 256, 439
agglomeration spillovers, 182
Alonso–Mills–Muth model, 201; and firms, 212; and job matching, 234; and uncertainty, 226; canonical urban, 201, 212; monocentric vs. polycentric, 217 amenities, 3, 5, 6, 80, 88, 94, 101, 187, 201, 231, 248, 262, 323, 378; dispersed: 188, 202, 205, 407, 442; endogenous, 231–34; exogenous, 205; and the canonical urban model, 231, 290
American Housing Survey (AHS) data, 74, 97, 101, 103, 114, 123, 124, 125, 133, 204, 460, 461, 462
autarkic cities: and divergence vs. convergence, 428; and growth, 412, 418, 424, 426, 445, 454, 478
autarky: fully autarkic cities, 310; and law of motion, 414; partially autarkic cities, 314; in social structure, 22, 50; and total factor productivity, 414; and urban structure, 306, 310, 316, 318, 323, 337, 340, 347
Brock-Durlauf model, 6, 14, 18, 30, 81, 463, 488; estimation with, 34, 63, 67; and multinomial discrete choice, 156
buzz, 2, 66, 210, 212, 492; identification of social interactions as, 66, 210
capital, 198; accumulation of, 405, 409, 423, 429; and estimations, 275; inputs of, 183, 220, 249, 251, 253, 259; physical, 224, 248, 253, 256, 378; social, 14; and urban transportation, 404, 416
capital, human, 65, 236; accumulation of, 268, 290, 405, 429; parental involvement and, 278; synthetic neighborhoods and, 284; spillovers of, 220, 224, 248; firms and spillovers of, 264
central business district (CBD), 81, 200, 217, 226, 300; and job matching, 234; predetermined, 202; not predetermined, 206
centrality, 65; Bonacich on, 25; and empirics, 57; in social structures, 24; of the Web graph, 454
central place theory, 368; and ChristallerLoesch hexagons, 371; and city size distribution, 370
choice: discrete, 20, 83; of firms’ location, 189; of neighborhood by individuals, 20, 58, 88, 95, 102, 135, 140; of social group, 50
city: autarkic, 306, 310, 318; Brazilian, 187, 199, 408, 480; diversified, 306, 316; European, 395, 407, 453; French, 210, 265, 266, 268, 286, 346, 350, 365, 400; German, 191, 192, 250, 329, 368, 393, 394; and growth, 412, 415, 447; heterogeneous, 236, 247; homogeneous, 236, 247; isolated, 388, 401
—definition: clusters, 176; metropolitan area (MSA), 19, 71, 74, 81, 123, 158, 171, 175, 187, 194, 211, 218, 224, 249, 252, 258, 294, 331, 371; micropolitan area, 469; places (U.S.), 372
—system of cities: 6, 293, 299, 305, 321, 330, 384, 398, 425, 429, 440, 448. See also Duranton model; Henderson model; Krugman model; Rossi-Hansberg and Wright model
—U.S. cities: 118, 204, 260, 294, 350
city size: classical views on, 6, 7, 302; equilibrium, 293, 301, 302, 303, 312, 320, 321, 324, 339, 342, 343, 442; optimum, 293, 302, 304, 305, 320, 321, 324, 347, 425, 428, 442, 449; socially optimal, 424, 429, 441, 442, 449, 480
city size distribution, 350; and city definition, 371; empirical models of, 350; estimates of, 350; evolution of, 379; global aspects of,

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