Urban Economics, Real Estate, Transportation and Public Policy

Urban Economics, Real Estate, Transportation and Public Policy

Jeffrey P Cohen

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World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd
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Planificación urbana y municipal
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The chapters of this book synthesize papers on the inter-related topics of urban economics, real estate, transportation and public policy and include applied and empirical research on a variety of sub-topics. These include innovative econometric techniques that are applied to timely problems, such as impacts of flooding in Vancouver, BC Canada on property values; and the determinants of traffic accident fatalities in the US and in Thailand. There are also chapters on more policy-oriented issues, such as the impacts of Covid-19 on real estate in Toronto, ON Canada. The book will appeal to the interest of academics, policy-makers, planners, and geographers.

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