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Using detailed residential housing and wetland location data, we determine relative preferences for proximity to four broad classes of wetlands, as expressed through hous [...]
1996-07 | Journal Article |
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A wetland has no economic value in and of itself. Nor does it have a unique value, irrespective of context. Economic value is ascribed to a wetland by humans operating at [...]
1992 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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Farmland prices were regressed against sale size, gross production values, surrounding land uses and wetlands, and perpetual wetland easements administered by United Stat [...]
2003 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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I estimate the magnitude and the geographic distribution of property tax impacts of the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area's two farmland protection programs. The total 2001 n [...]
2002 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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Open space may provide a variety of environmental services, such as flood control, prevention of soil erosion, storage and recycling of wastes, and scenic views, which do [...]
2002 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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Ownership in property can be thought of as ownership of the rights to the "incomes" associated with different uses of the property. Each potential use has a separate eco [...]
1996 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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We divided the thirteen-county Twin Cities Metropolitan Statistical Area into a “core” and a “fringe” of seven and six counties, respectively. The National Resources [...]
2001 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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Intrahousehold analyses provide new insights into how households make economic decisions. Much of the work in economics has traditionally treated the household as a sing [...]
1996 | Working or Discussion Paper |