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  • Land value, distance and productivity on the Auckland periphery
  • The influence of distance from the CBD on the value of land on Auckland's urban periphery is analysed using regression analysis for the years 1955, 1960, 1965 and 1970. In general, distances improves as a predictor of land value. As the influence
  • of distance from the CBD has increased through time, the physical quality of the land has become a less reliable predictor of land value.
  • Value maps: aspects of land and property values.
  • Personal icons and amulets: reflections of culture-values and human/land relationships
  • Influence of geographical factors on urban land valuation
  • Economic geography ; Impact ; Land value ; Ukraine ; Urban area
  • This paper intends to explore the influence of economic geography factors on valuation on urban territories, and consequently - on their land value for the purpose of large-scale evaluation. The A. investigates Ukrainian examples in order to know
  • which factors have effect on land value in a country which is in the process of transition to market economy. - (AM)
  • Uj komplex foldértékelési modszer. (A new complex method for land evaluation)
  • The complex method for land evaluation includes the site number of value, the correctional number of value of relief and water use, the climatic correctional numbers of value and the site coefficient of elasticity. An agrarian economist J. Benet, co
  • -operating with the author worked out an acceptable method for land price estimation. (CK).
  • The spatial structure of commercial rents by retailing and the changes of land value. An empirical study of the Osaka Metropolitan area
  • Honshu ; Japan ; Land value ; Location ; Osaka ; Rent ; Retail trade
  • is to explore the changes of commercial rent and land values focusing on their gaps. - (KA)
  • The impact of state land-use controls on residential land values
  • The AA. examine the effects of state land-use controls on the aggregate demand and supply of residential land. They estimate a-three-equation interjuridictional supply-demand model of land-use controls. Land-use regulations have a significant impact
  • on both the demand and supply of residential land as expected.
  • Disamenity influences of edge cities on exurban land values: a theory with empirical evidence and policy implications
  • Exurban settlement ; Land ; Land market ; Land value ; Model ; Oregon ; United States ; Urban development ; Urban fringe
  • The accuracy of changes of urban land values as a measure of social benefits from public programs
  • The differential incidence of an urban land tax depends on the travel intensities of substitutes for lands
  • Land ; Land rent ; Land value ; Taxation system ; Town
  • This note shows that, in order to impose any burden on consumers, the urban land tax needs to be supplemented by planning controls to prevent consumers on the urban margin shifting to the rural area in order to escape the tax.
  • Economic analysis ; Land rent ; Land use ; Land value ; Land;Real estate ; Real estate development ; Social cost ; Urban planning ; Welfare;Well-being
  • Analyse économique ; Bien-être ; Coût social ; Foncier ; Planification urbaine ; Plus-value ; Promotion immobilière ; Rente foncière ; Utilisation du sol ; Valeur foncière
  • The price of land for housing in Trinidad : the role of regulatory constraints and implications for affordability
  • Housing ; Land ; Land development ; Land market ; Land value ; Market regulation ; Trinidad and Tobago ; Urban development
  • The paper argues that affordability of land and housing ownership is largely affected by cumbersome land transfer processes and an uncertain building permit approval process. By using Dowall's land market assessment methodology, the paper examines
  • land price changes and land conversion patterns in the East-West Corridor region between 1989 and 1993. An examination of institutional and regulatory constraints suggests that land prices are likely to increase in the future when demand conditions
  • Land conversion at the urban fringe : a comparative study of Japan, Britain and the Netherlands
  • Comparative study ; Japan ; Land ; Land development ; Land use ; Land value ; Netherlands (The) ; Public policy ; United Kingdom ; Urban fringe
  • In the 1980s, the multiplier between land values for agricultural and urban uses was found to run at 50-200 (times) or even higher in the areas surrounding expanding cities in Japan and Britain, compared to 2-3 in the Netherlands. This socially
  • The spatial pattern of land values in Jakarta
  • Indonesia ; Jakarta ; Jawa ; Land ; Land value ; Spatial distribution ; Urban area ; Urban development ; Urban planning
  • A substantial advance in value : land sales and values on the Hudson's Bay Company's Edmonton reserve
  • Alberta ; Canada ; Historical geography ; Housing ; Housing estate ; Land ; Land value ; Price ; Spatial distribution ; Town ; Twentieth Century ; Years 1910-19
  • Concept ; Gentrification ; Land ; Land rent ; Land use ; Land value ; Theory ; Urban development
  • None of the studies about the rent gap theory of gentrification adresses the fundamental problem of its dependence on a distinction between actual and potential land rent. Contrary to some claims, there are no antecedents for the rent gap
  • in the history of economic ideas. The A. concludes that the standard neoclassical concept of land-use succession is more coherent than the rent gap concept.
  • Soil erosion, T values and sustainability : a review and exercise
  • Reviews environmental problems of erosion, the essential processes of soil loss, why soil prediction is necessary, tolerance (T) values and land sustainability. An exercise is described in which students estimate soil losses based on included tables
  • Small monthly water bearing values of the streams of the Czech Socialist Republic
  • The continous duration of small monthly water bearing values is analysed in the four year periods in plains, hilly lands and lower highlands. They are connected with lack of precipitation especially in the autumn and winter periods. Owing
  • Accessibility and residential land value uplift : identifying spatial variations in the accessibility impacts of a bus transitway
  • Accessibility ; Australia ; Land ; Land value ; Neighbourhood effect ; New South Wales ; Regression analysis ; Spatial variation ; Suburbs ; Sydney ; Urban transport
  • This paper quantifies land value uplift and its spatial distribution for accessibility to different destinations for residential properties around a new-build Liverpool Parramatta transitway for buses in a suburban area of south-west Sydney
  • Land-use allocation in the absence of complete market values
  • Competition ; Land ; Land market ; Land use ; Spatial allocation