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While there is much discussion of the impact of land use controls, economic research on their effects has lagged. This study examines the economic rationale of such controls from the perspective of economic theory and notes that only recently have theorists begun to develop and test models of land and housing markets explicitly incorporating zoning and other land use controls.


Environmental Quality Series No. 30. Institute of Governmental Affairs and Institute of Ecology. University of California, Davis. February 1979

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