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Urban land value functions : equilibrium versus optimality

J S L. McCombie

Urban land value functions : equilibrium versus optimality

a restatement of Casetti"s model.

by J S L. McCombie

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Published by Universityof Hull in Hull .
Written in English


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SeriesHull economic research papers -- no. 29.
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1 See North and Weingast (). For some empirical criticisms of the argument for English history, see Carruthers () and Clark (). 2 For a well-known static analysis of such a case, see Akerlof (). For a more complex model in terms of stochastic dynamic games explaining evolution of local customs or conventions, see Young (). The economics of agricultural water use and pricing become more complicated when the possibility of groundwater use is considered. Let y t = pumping in year t and x t = the level of the ground1water stock in year t. The level of the stock increases in year t by g(y t), where ∂g / ∂y t ≥ 0.


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