The effect of FAR (floor area ratio) regulations on land values: The case of New York
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- In a City FAR, FAR Away: Building Height Regulations and Their Impacts
by Jason Barr in Skynomics Blog on 2020-03-17 12:17:31
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- Brueckner, Jan K. & Singh, Ruchi, 2020.
"Stringency of land-use regulation: Building heights in US cities,"
Journal of Urban Economics, Elsevier, vol. 116(C).
- Jan K. Brueckner & Ruchi Singh, 2018. "Stringency of Land-Use Regulation: Building Heights in US Cities," CESifo Working Paper Series 6978, CESifo.
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