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Article: Regulation, land-use mix, and urban performance. Part 2: Simulation

TitleRegulation, land-use mix, and urban performance. Part 2: Simulation
Authors
KeywordsLand use
Methodology
Regulatory approach
Urban development
Issue Date1999
PublisherPion Ltd. The Journal's web site is located at http://www.envplan.com
Citation
Environment And Planning A, 1999, v. 31 n. 9, p. 1529-1545 How to Cite?
AbstractPart 1 of this two-part paper presented a spatial economic model of the urban development process which captures developers' profit-seeking behaviour, communities' welfare-seeking behaviour, and the mediating effects of alternative systems of land-use rights. Different systems of rights were shown to result in different land-use and density outcomes. In part 2 we describe the simulation model used to implement the theoretical model. The emphasis is on explaining the cellular automata methodology, but we also go on to illustrate the model output by comparing the structure and economic performance of two simulations. One simulates a free-market city in which developers have full property rights over land use. The other simulates a city in which the community has land-use rights and uses these to regulate development densities at socially optimal levels.
Persistent Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/183435
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2015 Impact Factor: 1.46
2015 SCImago Journal Rankings: 1.460
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dc.date.issued1999en_US
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dc.description.abstractPart 1 of this two-part paper presented a spatial economic model of the urban development process which captures developers' profit-seeking behaviour, communities' welfare-seeking behaviour, and the mediating effects of alternative systems of land-use rights. Different systems of rights were shown to result in different land-use and density outcomes. In part 2 we describe the simulation model used to implement the theoretical model. The emphasis is on explaining the cellular automata methodology, but we also go on to illustrate the model output by comparing the structure and economic performance of two simulations. One simulates a free-market city in which developers have full property rights over land use. The other simulates a city in which the community has land-use rights and uses these to regulate development densities at socially optimal levels.en_US
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dc.subjectMethodology-
dc.subjectRegulatory approach-
dc.subjectUrban development-
dc.titleRegulation, land-use mix, and urban performance. Part 2: Simulationen_US
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