Hedonic Amenity Valuation and Functional Form Specification
AbstractThis paper uses GIS data to develop variables representing the physical extent and visibility of surrounding land use/cover features in a hedonic model of a rural/suburban residential housing market. Three equations are estimated to determine if views ...
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