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Millennial City.

Author: Markus Moos
Publisher: Taylor and Francis, 2017.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Moos, Markus.
Millennial City.
Taylor and Francis, 2017
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Markus Moos
ISBN: 135180538X 9781351805384
OCLC Number: 1000395538
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Part 1: IntroductionChapter 1: The Millennial City, Shaped by ContradictionsMarkus Moos, Deirdre Pfeiffer and Tara VinodraiChapter 2: The Impact of Generational Change On CitiesPierre Filion and Jill L. GrantChapter 3: Planning for Cool: Millennials and The Innovation Economy of CitiesTara VinodraiPart 2: Millennial EconomiesChapter 4: Young Adult Household Economic Well-Being: Comparing Millennials to Earlier Generations in The United StatesRichard FryChapter 5: Underwater Generation? Debt and Wealth Among MillennialsAlan Walks, Dylan Simone and Emily HawesChapter 6: The Millennial Urban Space-Economy: Dissolving Workplaces and The De-Localization of Economic Value-CreationRichard ShearmurChapter 7: The Privilege of A Parental Safety Net: Millennials and The intergenerational Transfer of Wealth and ResourcesNancy WorthChapter 8: Planning for The Sharing EconomySean GeobeyPart 3: Housing The Next Generation Chapter 9: Generationing Housing: The Role of intergenerational Wealth Transfer in Young Adults' Housing OutcomesMarkus MoosChapter 10: Is The Real Estate Industry Cementing Millennials' Residence in Urban Cores and Central Cities? Insights from Phoenix and HoustonDeirdre Pfeiffer and Genevieve PearthreeChapter 11: Boomers and Their Boomerang Kids: Comparing Housing Opportunities for Baby Boomers and Millennials in The United StatesSarah L. MawhorterChapter 12: Beyond "Peak Millennial": Developing an index of Generational Congestion for Local Government Use in The United States and CanadaJeff Henry and Markus MoosChapter 13: Urban Vacation Rentals and The Housing Market: Boon or Bane in The Millennial CityJunfeng Jiao and Jake WegmannPart 4: Millennial MobilitiesChapter 14: Will Millennials Remain in The City? Residential Mobility in Post-industrial, Post-Modern, Post-Suburban AmericaMarkus Moos and Nick RevingtonChapter 15: Meet The Four Types of U.S. Millennial TravelersKelcie M. RalphChapter 16: Emerging Mobility Patterns of the Millennials in CanadaAjay AgarwalChapter 17: I Drive to Work, Sometimes: Motility Capital and Mode Flexibility Among Young Adult GentrifiersMarkus Moos, Khairunnabila Prayitno and Nicholas RevingtonPart 5: Millennial City FuturesChapter 18: Fun for All Ages: Weaving Greenspace, Transportation, and Housing Together in The intergenerational CityKyle Shelton and William FultonChapter 19: What Does the March of The Millennials Mean for The Future American City?Alan MallachChapter 20: (Millennial) Cities of TomorrowTara Vinodrai, Markus Moos and Deirdre Pfeiffer


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