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Methods of Identification and Evaluation of Brownfield Sites

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  • Safet Kurtovic

    (Full Professor, Faculty of Economics University, Dzemal Bijedic, Mostar 81000, Bosnia and Herzegovina)

  • Boris Siljkovic

    (Assistance Professor, High School of Economic in Leposavic, Leposavić 43500 Kosovo,)

  • Nikola Pavlovic

    (Assistance Professor, High School of Economic in Leposavic, Leposavić 43500 Kosovo,)

Abstract

The basic objective of this paper was to determine the importance and potential restoration of brownfield sites in terms of economic prosperity of a particular region or country. In addition, in a theoretical sense, this paper presents the methods used in the identification of brownfield sites such as Smart Growth Network model and Thomas GIS model, and methods for evaluation of brownfield sites or the indexing method, cost-benefit and multivariate analysis. Key Words: Brownfield Site; Revitalization; Investments; Identification; Selection; Models

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  • Safet Kurtovic & Boris Siljkovic & Nikola Pavlovic, 2014. "Methods of Identification and Evaluation of Brownfield Sites," International Journal of Research in Business and Social Science, Society for the Study of Business & Finance, vol. 3(2), pages 105-120, April.
  • Handle: RePEc:rbs:ijbrss:v:3:y:2014:i:2:p:105-120
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