Emergent Phenomena in Housing Markets: Gentrification, by Lidia Diappi (auth.), Lidia Diappi (eds.)

By Lidia Diappi (auth.), Lidia Diappi (eds.)

The housing marketplace, like any marketplace, is the manufactured from hundreds of thousands of interacting dealers and dealers pushed by way of assorted pursuits. yet in contrast to different markets, the housing industry is ready to profoundly remodel the socioeconomic constitution and similar to a urban. quite often, adjustments in city house are the results of the imperceptible operation of a large number of micro-transformations which act with such nice strength and decisiveness that they could rework the ‘DNA’ of complete city neighborhoods. those qualitative novelties, unpredictable and non-deducible at the foundation of the former houses, are outlined emergences. specifically emergence ability a ‘pattern formation’ characterised by way of a self-organizing procedure pushed through non-linear dynamics. This publication explores housing marketplace emergence in gentle of 3 diverse phenomena: look for housing, social polarization, and gentrification. The ebook is split into elements. the 1st half provides contributions on modelling emergence of other phenomena, formalised in multi-agent structures. the second one half gathers empirical learn and analyses geared toward helping the findings of the models.

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