The Price Effects of Urban Growth Boundaries in Metropolitan Portland, Oregon
The development of lakefront property in northern Wisconsin has prompted, in several towns, minimum frontage zoning stricter than the state standard. Such zoning generates an economic loss by constraining development (development effect), and an economic ...
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