By Gerd Hardack, Dieter Karras, Ben Fine
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Nonetheless, Georgia's three dissimilar terrain characteristics - Appalachia, Piedmont, and Coastal Plain - provide the opportunity to examine areas in many other states with similar geographic and demographic characteristics that may impinge upon work -trip commuting in privately owned automobiles or public transit operations. Thus we have a study that uses existing data of an aggregate nature to (1) discuss economic conditions in rural America, (2) demonstrate a relationship between those economic conditions and the mobility of its inhabitants, and (3) examine the strengths and weaknesses of alternative policies and/or programs that might solve this problem.
In summary, we believe that the mobility/personal income /work activity relationship is a circularphenomenon. The model explicated below describes this phenomenon, and the subsequent research design establishes a framework to test this belief. A Theoretical Model A person can expend part of a finite lifetime and use other available resources when changing from one location to another within a finite range of 28 CHAPTER 1 physical space. The part of the person's lifetime expended and the other available resources used determine the economic value of each such movement, or transit.
Number of inhabitants per square mile. 3. BACKGROUND 21 The same problem of labor choices is discussed in the urban context by Falcocchio and Cantilli (1974) with respect to the Bedford-Stuyvesant ghetto in Brooklyn, New York. There, too, near total dependency on the private automobile for personal transportation resulted in the decline of transit service. This decline has shut out the poor from work opportunities in Bedford-Stuyvesant; additionally, the poor service has been a major factor in the decline of public transit patronage practically everywhere in the country, particularly because of the emotional as well as economic dependence on the private automobile.
A Short History of Socialist Economic Thought by Gerd Hardack, Dieter Karras, Ben Fine