|Authors:||Fredrik Alexander Gregersen, Frants Gundersen|
|ISBN (digital version):||978-82-480-1837-7|
Longer commuting to specialized enterprises has previously been interpreted as that those with high education are willing to travel longer to apply their expertise. We find no support for this hypothesis in our material. However, there large variation within the group of higher educated. Our study suggests that there are specialization/uniqueness as such – regardless of the level of education – that leads to longer travel. We apply data for the metropolitan area of Oslo.