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2010 (Vol. 2, Issue: 3)
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Education Levels and Household Location Preferences: A Case Study of Turkey

Nüket Kırcı Çevik, Emel Kuruoğlu and Şenay Üçdoğruk
Corresponding Author:  Nuket Kirci Cevik 

Key words:  Bivariate probit model, education level, household location, , , ,
Vol. 2 , (3): Page No: 174-180
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2010 February, 28 2010 March, 26 2010 June, 15
Abstract:

Metropolitan cities are attractive household locations for individuals due to the social and job opportunities they provide. This study investigates the effect of university education on individuals’ preference of metropolitan cities as their household location and intends to suggest the internal relationship between university education and individuals’ preferences of household location. The bivariate probit model and the multinomial logit model are used so as to describe the relationship in question and the findings obtained demonstrate that university education is effective on individuals’ preference of metropolitan cities as their household location in Turkey.
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Nüket Kırcı Çevik, Emel Kuruoğlu and Şenay Üçdoğruk, 2010. Education Levels and Household Location Preferences: A Case Study of Turkey.  Current Research Journal of Social Sciences, 2(3): Page No: 174-180.
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