Über den Autor
Jack Harvey and Ernie Jowsey
Economic Efficiency Through the Price SystemrnCharactaristics of the Real Property MarketrnFunctions of the Real Property MarketrnThe Pricing of Land and Land ResourcesrnInvestment in Real PropertyrnThe Development ProcessrnThe Timing and Rate of RedevelopmentrnFinance for DevelopmentrnThe Impact of Finance on the Commercial Property MarketrnComprehensive RedevelopmentrnPublic-Sector Development: Cost-Benefit AnalysisrnThe Economics of Planning ControlsrnThe Construction IndustryrnLand Use and Land ValuesrnThe Pattern of Urban Land UsernThe Growth of Urban AreasrnThe Quality of the Urban EnvironmentrnHousingrnRegional PolicyrnThe Impact of Government Macro Policy on Land and Property ResourcesrnEconomic Theory and Public FinancernThe Incidence of Taxation on Land ResourcesrnUK Property and the EU
The sixth edition of Urban Land Economics fully update the popular and well-established text examining economics as applied to property. It clearly shows how economic analysis can be applied to economic problems associated with land and explores ways in which the allocation of land resources can be improved. Urban Land Economics is an excellent course companion for courses in land and property economics. This edition has added features including chapter summaries and questions to make it the ideal course companion.
1 The established authority in the subjectrn2 Fully updated with recent policy and economic developmentsrn3 New student-friendly features including chapter summaries and questions