2008

Hedonic Methods in Housing Markets

Pricing Environmental Amenities and Segregation

ISBN: 978-0-387-76814-4 (Print) 978-0-387-76815-1 (Online)

Table of contents (11 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XXI

  2. Methods

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      Pages 1-12

      Introduction

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      Pages 15-37

      Theoretical Foundations and Empirical Developments in Hedonic Modeling

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      Pages 39-54

      Hedonic Modeling of the Home Selling Process

  3. Applications to Urban Environment Issues

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      Pages 57-82

      Hedonic Property Value Studies of Transportation Noise: Aircraft and Road Traffic

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      Pages 83-99

      Pricing the Homebuyer’s Countryside View

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      Pages 101-127

      Semi-Parametric Tools for Spatial Hedonic Models: An Introduction to Mixed Geographically Weighted Regression and Geoadditive Models

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      Pages 129-155

      Estimating Hedonic Models of Consumer Demand with an Application to Urban Sprawl

  4. Applications to Segregation and Discrimination Issues

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      Pages 159-175

      Conceptual and Operational Issues in Incorporating Segregation Measurements in Hedonic Price Modeling

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      Pages 177-201

      Using Hedonic Models to Measure Racial Discrimination and Prejudice in the U.S. Housing Market

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      Pages 203-224

      The Problem with Environmental Justice Studies (And How Hedonics Can Help)

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      Pages 225-244

      Distinguishing Racial Preferences in the Housing Market: Theory and Evidence

  5. Back Matter

    Pages 245-278