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dc.contributor.advisorFoust, Brady
dc.contributor.authorOlson, Lindsay M.
dc.descriptionUniversity of Wisconsin--Eau Claire Office of Research and Sponsored Programsen
dc.description.abstract"Drive until you qualify" is a phrase often cited as a major cause of urban sprawl and increasing dependence upon foreign oil. The primary idea is that house prices decay with distance from the center of the city because of falling land prices. This study analyzes empirical dat from a variety of sources to model the price/distance dynamic and compare it in two metropolitan areas: coastal San Diego, CA and the land-locked "Twin Cities" of Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN>en
dc.description.sponsorshipColor poster with text, maps, and graphs.en
dc.relation.ispartofseriesUSGZE AS589en
dc.subjectHousing--Location--Economic aspectsen
dc.subjectHousing--Location--Minnesota--Minneapolis Metropolitan Areaen
dc.subjectHousing--Location--Minnesota--Saint Paul Metropolitan Areaen
dc.subjectHousing--Location--California--San Diego Metropolitan Areaen
dc.subjectHousing--Prices--Minnesota--Minneapolis Metropolitan Areaen
dc.subjectHousing--Prices--Minnesota--Saint Paul Metropolitan Areaen
dc.subjectHousing--Prices--California--San Diego Metropolitan Areaen
dc.titleDrive Until You Qualify : a Comparison of San Diego & the Twin Cities Urban Areasen

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