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The Pricing of Land and Land Resources

  • Jack Harvey
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Abstract

Undeveloped land, or ‘pure’ land, refers solely to natural resources and space. Thus land as a whole – that is, the earth’s land surface – can be regarded as being fixed in supply. Increasing such land by reclamation from the sea involves so much investment of capital that it is more appropriate to view it as an addition to capital goods rather than to land.

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© Jack Harvey 1996

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