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. Sectoral interactions are subject to spatially dependent transaction costs and (knowledge) spillover externalities. The paper … local innovation policy. -- Bid-rent ; Land Use ; R&D ; Externalities …
. Sectoral interactions are subject to spatially dependent transaction costs and (knowledge) spillover externalities. The paper …
This paper analyzes a spatial competitive monopolistic model of agglomeration in which households make only one shopping trip per period, and there are several firms in each industry. The model is a version of a model by Fujita (1988), but unlike his, in this model no equilibrium mixed district...
degradation. We focus on the spatial externalities of land use as drivers of spatial patterns: land is immobile by nature, but …
We build a model to study optimal land use, encompassing land use activities, pollution and climate change. This benchmark set-up allows us to identify the spatial drivers behind the interaction between land use and the environment. Pollution generates local and global damages since it flows...
We introduce the papers in this volume and put them into the context of the literature on land use regulation. We then synthesise and draw some conclusions from existing research on land use regulation and interpret the evidence currently available. In the light of this review we then identify...
decisions. -- externalities ; takings ; land use law ; distributive fairness ; procedural fairness …
This paper is concerned with the economics of urban externalities. We start by reviewing the literature on urban … externalities, and observe that although many interesting contributions have been made, there seems to be sufficient scope and need … pursued in future research on urban externalities. These include (1) the explicit consideration of mutual interactions between …
This paper studies urban sustainability from the perspective ofexternalities. We develop a general spatialequilibrium model of a monocentric city, in which two types ofexternalities occur. On the one hand, pollution inthe industrial centre leads to a spatially differentiateddeterioration of the...
PAK policy is one of the important policies that has been adopted in housing market during the two recent decades. It mainly focuses on saving, development and downsizing. Now given that housing can be considered both as a capital and an expendable property and it has unique characteristics such...