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Formation des prix immobiliers et consentements à payer pour une amélioration de l’environnement urbain : l’exemple rennais

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  • Marc, Baudry
  • Alain, Guengant
  • Sophie, Larribeau
  • Matthieu, Leprince

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Ce travail a pour objectif d’illustrer l’apport de la théorie économique et des méthodes économétriques, plus particulièrement l’économétrie spatiale, à la conception et à l’évaluation d’opérations de renouvellement urbain. Dans ce but, l’approche par les prix hédoniques est retenue. Elle procède en deux temps. Dans un premier temps, sont identifiées, parmi un ensemble de caractéristiques de localisation données a priori, celles qui exercent un rôle discriminant sur la valeur des logements. Dans un second temps, les consentements à payer des habitants pour une amélioration des caractéristiques discriminantes sont calculés. L’application aux mutations d’appartements à Rennes entre les années 1994 et 2001 montre qu’il existe des externalités de voisinage significatives qui justifient une intervention publique. Les consentements à payer pour une amélioration des caractéristiques environnementales discriminantes apparaissent assez hétérogènes entre individus et variables d’une caractéristique à l’autre.

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  • Marc, Baudry & Alain, Guengant & Sophie, Larribeau & Matthieu, Leprince, 2009. "Formation des prix immobiliers et consentements à payer pour une amélioration de l’environnement urbain : l’exemple rennais," Revue d'économie régionale et urbaine, Editions NecPlus, vol. 2009(02), pages 369-411, June.
  • Handle: RePEc:nec:rerurb:v:2009:y:2009:i:02:p:369-411_00
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