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The Economics of Land Markets and their Regulation

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Contents: Acknowledgements Introduction Paul C. Cheshire and Christian A.L. Hilber PART I FOUNDATIONS AND ANALYTICAL ORIGINS 1. Paul A. Samuelson (1983), `Thunen at Two Hundred', Journal of Economic Literature, XXI (4), December, 1468-88 2. Colin Clark (1967), `Von Thunen's Isolated State', Oxford Economic Papers, New Series, 19 (3), November, 370-77 3. William Alonso (1960), `A Theory of the Urban Land Market', Papers and Proceedings of the Regional Science Association, 6 (1), January, 149-57 4. Edwin S. Mills (1967), `An Aggregative Model of Resource Allocation in a Metropolitan Area', American Economic Review, 57 (2), May, 197-210 5. Dennis R. Capozza and Robert W. Helsley (1989), `The Fundamentals of Land Prices and Urban Growth', Journal of Urban Economics, 26 (3), November, 295-306 PART II BEYOND THE MONOCENTRIC MODEL 6. Peter Mieszkowski and Edwin S. Mills (1993), `The Causes of Metropolitan Suburbanization', Journal of Economic Perspectives, 7 (3), Summer, 135-47 7. Sheridan Titman (1985), `Urban Land Prices under Uncertainty', American Economic Review, 75 (3), June, 505-14 8. Dennis R. Capozza and Robert W. Helsley (1990), `The Stochastic City', Journal of Urban Economics, 28 (2), September, 187-203 9. Laarni Bulan, Christopher Mayer and C. Tsuriel Somerville (2009), `Irreversible Investment, Real Options, and Competition: Evidence from Real Estate Development', Journal of Urban Economics, 65 (3), May, 237-51 10. William C. Wheaton (2004), `Commuting, Congestion, and Employment Dispersal in Cities with Mixed Land Use', Journal of Urban Economics, 55 (3), May, 417-38 11. John F. McDonald and Daniel P. McMillen (2000), `Employment Subcenters and Subsequent Real Estate Development in Suburban Chicago', Journal of Urban Economics, 48 (1), July, 135-57 12. Marcy Burchfield, Henry G. Overman, Diego Puga and Matthew A. Turner (2006), `Causes of Sprawl: A Portrait from Space', Quarterly Journal of Economics, 121 (2), May, 587-633 13. Stuart S. Rosenthal and Robert W. Helsley (1994), `Redevelopment and the Urban Land Price Gradient', Journal of Urban Economics, 35 (2), March, 182-200 14. Edward L. Glaeser and Joseph Gyourko (2005), `Urban Decline and Durable Housing', Journal of Political Economy, 113 (2), April, 345-75 15. Hans R.A. Koster, Jos van Ommeron and Piet Rietveld (2014), `Is the Sky the Limit? High-rise Buildings and Office Rents', Journal of Economic Geography, 14 (1), January, 125-53 PART III WHAT GETS CAPITALISED? 16. Paul Cheshire and Stephen Sheppard (2004), `Capitalising the Value of Free Schools: The Impact of Supply Characteristics and Uncertainty', Economic Journal, 114, November, F397-F424 17. Soren T. Anderson and Sarah E. West (2006), `Open Space, Residential Property Values, and Spatial Context', Regional Science and Urban Economics, 36 (6), November, 773-89 18. Stephen Gibbons and Stephen Machin (2005), `Valuing Rail Access Using Transport Innovations', Journal of Urban Economics, 57 (1), January, 148-69 19. Nicolai V. Kuminoff and Jaren C. Pope (2014), `Do "Capitalization Effects" for Public Goods Reveal the Public's Willingness to Pay?', International Economic Review, 55 (4), November, 1227-50 20. Andreas Mense and Konstantin A. Kholodilin (2014), `Noise Expectations and House Prices: The Reaction of Property Prices to an Airport Expansion', Annals of Regional Science, 52 (3), May, 763-97 PART IV REGULATING LAND MARKETS 21. Paul Cheshire and Stephen Sheppard (2002), `The Welfare Economics of Land Use Planning', Journal of Urban Economics, 52 (2), September, 242-69 22. William A. Fischel (2001), `Homevoters, Municipal Corporate Governance, and the Benefit View of the Property Tax', National Tax Journal, LIV (1), March, 157-73 23. Albert Saiz (2010), `The Geographic Determinants of Housing Supply', Quarterly Journal of Economics, 125 (3), August, 1253-96 24. Edward L. Glaeser and Bryce A. Ward (2009), `The Causes and Consequences of Land Use Regulation: Evidence from Greater Boston', Journal of Urban Economics, 65 (3), May, 265-78 25. Edward L. Glaeser, Joseph Gyourko and Raven Saks (2005), `Why is Manhattan so Expensive? Regulation and the Rise in Housing Prices', Journal of Law and Economics, XLVIII, October, 331-69 26. Christian A.L. Hilber and Frederic Robert-Nicoud (2013), `On the Origins of Land Use Regulations: Theory and Evidence from US Metro Areas', Journal of Urban Economics, 75, May, 29-43 27. John M. Quigley and Steven Raphael (2005), `Regulation and the High Cost of Housing in California', American Economic Review, 95 (2), May, 323-8 28. Paul Cheshire and Christian Hilber (2008), `Office Space Supply Restrictions in Britain: The Political Economy of Market Revenge', Economic Journal, 118, June, F185-F221 29. Christian A.L. Hilber and Wouter Vermeulen (2016), `The Impact of Supply Constraints on House Prices in England', Economic Journal, 126 (591), March, 358-405 PART V TAXES AND LOCAL PUBLIC GOODS 30. Richard J. Arnott and Joseph E. Stiglitz (1979), `Aggregate Land Rents, Expenditure on Public Goods, and Optimal City Size', Quarterly Journal of Economics, XCIII (4), November, 471-500 31. Jan K. Brueckner (1982), `A Test for Allocative Efficiency in the Local Public Sector', Journal of Public Economics, 19 (3), December, 311-31 32. Charles M. Tiebout (1956), `A Pure Theory of Local Expenditures', Journal of Political Economy, 64 (5), October, 416-24 33. Wallace E. Oates (1969), `The Effects of Property Taxes and Local Public Spending on Property Values: An Empirical Study of Tax Capitalization and the Tiebout Hypothesis', Journal of Political Economy, 77 (6), November-December, 957-71 34. H. Spencer Banzhaf and Randall P. Walsh (2008), `Do People Vote with Their Feet? An Empirical Test of Tiebout's Mechanism', American Economic Review, 98 (3), June, 843-63 Index

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Edited by Paul C. Cheshire and Christian A.L. Hilber, Professors of Economic Geography, London School of Economics, UK


`Paul Cheshire and Christian Hilber have put together the "go-to" collection for any student interested in land market regulations and their effects. This volume gathers all the classics on the topic over the last sixty years with a welcome focus on recent developments in this active area of research. This collected volume is also very usefully supplemented by an insightful introduction by the two editors.' -- Gilles Duranton, University of Pennsylvania, US

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