Precios del suelo y accesibilidad a las centralidades de empleo en Cali: análisis exploratorio con información 2015-2017

Palabras clave: precios del suelo, segregación residencial, regresión espacial, ponderaciones geográficas, regresión ponderada geográficamente

Resumen

La accesibilidad a las oportunidades de empleo y la variabilidad de los precios del suelo representan ideas nucleares del modelo canónico de localización residencial. Este artículo explora la distribución de los precios del suelo y la accesibilidad diferenciada a los centros y subcentros de empleo en Cali. Mediante algunas estimaciones de econometría espacial con efectos de spillover y la calibración de un modelo de ponderaciones geográficas, se explora la no estacionariedad de los precios del suelo, la variabilidad paramétrica de la segregación residencial y la accesibilidad diferencial a las centralidades de empleo. Las estimaciones sugieren, una vez considerada la endogeneidad, que la segregación y la accesibilidad son significativas en la explicación del comportamiento de los precios del suelo.

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2020-05-05
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Vivas-Pacheco, H., Ipia-Astudillo, J., & Rodríguez-Mariaca, D. (2020). Precios del suelo y accesibilidad a las centralidades de empleo en Cali: análisis exploratorio con información 2015-2017. Estudios Gerenciales, 36(155), 141-155. https://doi.org/10.18046/j.estger.2020.155.3336