Micromotives and Macrobehavior Setting & Symbolism

Thomas Schelling
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Urban Areas

Much of the research behind Schelling's socio-economic behavior modeling is based on large population centers in the US.

Countries of the World

The behavior models established by Schelling and other economists are used to establish socio-economic patterns in all countries of the world.

Economics

Economics is the science for which Schelling received his Nobel Award and it is the basis of much of his book. Economics is a science that focuses on the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services and how this process affects man.

Social Sciences

Schelling is a Social Scientist in the field of Economics. Modeling from other social sciences are used in developing economics modeling.

Propositions

Propositions are required part of a behavior model. They are well-defined descriptions upon which behavior models are based. Propositions are exhaustively researched for their reliability to ensure that results of the modeling can be trusted...

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