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  1. [해외논문]   Editorial Board   SSCI


    Regional science and urban economics v.69 ,pp. ii - ii , 2018 , 0166-0462 ,

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  2. [해외논문]   Fading premiums: The effect of light rail on residential property values in Minneapolis, Minnesota   SSCI

    Pilgram, Clemens A. (Analysis Group, San Francisco, CA, USA ) , West, Sarah E. (Department of Economics, Macalester College, 1600 Grand Avenue, Saint Paul, MN 55105, USA)
    Regional science and urban economics v.69 ,pp. 1 - 10 , 2018 , 0166-0462 ,

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    Abstract This study uses property-level repeat sales transaction data to test for the presence of a premium for single-family homes within half a mile of stations on the METRO Blue Line in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Using a difference-in-differences approach, we find that the premium for station proximity varies substantially depending on control group and period definitions for “after” light rail. Using homes in the rest of Minneapolis as controls yields growing positive premiums from proximity to light rail stations, while using homes in neighborhoods similar to those near stations yield smaller premiums that fade to zero over time. Highlights We estimate the effect of light rail transit on home values in Minneapolis, MN. We use repeat sales and difference-in-differences approaches. Premiums vary substantially depending on control group and period definitions. In our preferred specification positive premiums fade to zero over time.

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  3. [해외논문]   The impacts of underground petroleum releases on a homeowner's decision to sell: A difference-in-differences approach   SSCI

    Guignet, Dennis B. (National Center for Environmental Economics, US Environmental Protection Agency, Mail Code 1809 T, 1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC 20460, USA ) , Martinez-Cruz, Adan L. (Department of Economics, Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas, Region Centro, Circuito Tecnopolo Norte 117, 20313 Aguascalientes, Mexico)
    Regional science and urban economics v.69 ,pp. 11 - 24 , 2018 , 0166-0462 ,

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    Abstract Actual and perceived damages from environmental disamenities can disrupt a utility maximizing household's otherwise optimal decision of when to sell their home. This study examines this relatively under-investigated topic with an empirical application to petroleum releases from leaking underground storage tanks, like those commonly found at gas stations. The ubiquity and relative homogeneity of this disamenity facilitates a difference-in-differences methodology. The results reveal that the timing of home sales is impacted by leak and cleanup events at these disamenities; leading to both selling sooner and delaying a sale, depending on the event, presence of the primary exposure pathway, and the quality of the home. The implications of these results are discussed. Highlights Difference-in-differences study of households' decisions to sell home. Focus on impact of leaking underground storage tanks in Maryland, USA. Discrete time duration models suggest timing of sale can be sooner or delayed. Find heterogeneity based on exposure pathway, treatment events, and home quality.

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  4. [해외논문]   You've come a long way, baby. Husbands' commuting time and family labour supply   SSCI

    Carta, Francesca (Directorate General for Economics, Statistics and Research, Bank of Italy, Dondena, Italy ) , Philippis, Marta De (Directorate General for Economics, Statistics and Research, Bank of Italy, fRDB, Italy)
    Regional science and urban economics v.69 ,pp. 25 - 37 , 2018 , 0166-0462 ,

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    Abstract This paper explores the effects of husbands’ commuting time on wives’ employment and family time allocation. We develop a unitary family model, and we show that when market services are imperfect substitutes of home produced goods, a longer husband’s commuting time might decrease his wife’s employment and increase his own working hours. We estimate these effects using employer-induced changes in home-to-work distances. We find that a 1% increase in the husband’s commuting distance reduces his wife’s employment probability by 0.016 percentage points and has a slight positive effect on his own working hours. The effects are stronger for couples with children and for highly educated husbands. Highlights We study how the husband’s commuting time affects family time allocation. Theoretically, the effect depends on how household production responds to income. Husbands’ longer commutes reduce their wives’ employment probability. Effects are stronger for couples with children and with more educated husbands. Intra-family interactions are key to understand the overall effect of travel times.

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  5. [해외논문]   Land values, property rights, and home ownership: Implications for property taxation in Peru   SSCI

    Hawley, Zackary (Department of Economics, Texas Christian University, USA ) , Miranda, Juan José (Environmental & Natural Resources Global Practice, The World Bank, USA ) , (Department of Economics, Texas Christian University, USA) , Sawyer, W. Charles
    Regional science and urban economics v.69 ,pp. 38 - 47 , 2018 , 0166-0462 ,

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    Abstract This paper evaluates the effect of property rights on property values in Peru. Previous research on squatting has shed light on how the provision of formal land titles affects a number of socioeconomic outcomes and a subset of this research has provided estimates on how the provision of formal titles affects property values. However, the phenomenon of squatting encompasses a variety of informal property rights distinct from the possession of a legal title. Using an exceptionally rich household data set including geo-location at the community level we study the effects of both formal and informal property rights on property values. Having a title increases property values by almost 7 percent and squatting on the land by invasion reduces values by about 6 percent. Using these estimates, we determine the potential losses of property tax revenue and are able to study the issue of squatting in the context of public finance. Highlights This paper evaluates the effect of property rights on property values in Peru. We use a household data including geo-location at the community level. Having a title increases property values by almost 7 percent. Squatting on the land by invasion reduces values by about 6 percent. A rough estimate of property tax revenue loss is about 40 million soles per year.

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  6. [해외논문]   Flexible dependence modeling using convex combinations of different types of connectivity structures   SSCI

    Debarsy, Nicolas (CNRS, LEM - UMR 9221, Université) , LeSage, James (de Lille, Cité)
    Regional science and urban economics v.69 ,pp. 48 - 68 , 2018 , 0166-0462 ,

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    Abstract There is a great deal of literature regarding use of non-geographically based connectivity matrices or combinations of geographic and non-geographic structures in spatial econometrics models. We explore alternative approaches for constructing convex combinations of different types of dependence between observations. Pace and LeSage (2002) as well as Hazır et al. (2016) use convex combinations of different connectivity matrices to form a single weight matrix that can be used in conventional spatial regression estimation and inference. An example for the case of two weight matrices, W 1 , W 2 reflecting different types of dependence between a cross-section of regions, firms, individuals etc., located in space would be: W c = <SUB> γ 1 W 1 + ( 1 − γ 1 ) W 2 , 0 ≤ γ 1 ≤ 1 . The matrix W c reflects a convex combination of the two weight matrices, with the scalar parameter γ 1 indicating the relative importance assigned to each type of dependence. We explore issues that arise in producing estimates and inferences from these more general cross-sectional regression relationships in a Bayesian framework. We propose two procedures to estimate such models and assess their finite sample properties through Monte Carlo experiments. We illustrate our methodology in an application to CEO salaries for a sample of nursing homes located in Texas. Two types of weights are considered, one reflecting spatial proximity of nursing homes and the other peer group proximity, which arise from the salary benchmarking literature. Highlights Spatial econometrics models made of a convex combination of connectivity structures. Development of two Bayesian procedures to estimate these specifications. Application to salary benchmarking of administrators in Texas nursing facilities. Cross-sectional dependence captured by peer-groups and spatial proximity. Both dependence schemes matter for salary benchmarking but peers are relatively more important.

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  7. [해외논문]   The effects of changes in land value on the value of buildings   SSCI

    Tideman, Nicolaus (Department of Economics, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA 24061, United States ) , Plassmann, Florenz (Department of Economics, State University of New York at Binghamton, Binghamton, NY 13902-6000, United States)
    Regional science and urban economics v.69 ,pp. 69 - 76 , 2018 , 0166-0462 ,

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    Abstract We show that increases in land value generally lower the value of existing buildings by amounts roughly proportional to the square of the difference in size between the existing building and a new building of optimal size. Our model suggests that the sight of deep discounts for space in new buildings in a growing city is not necessarily a sign that developers have overestimated demand; it might rather reflect their anticipation of continued urban growth. Our model offers an intuitive way of dividing property values between the land and the structures on it, which is relevant for establishing the appropriate base for taxes on land rent, for identifying the correct income tax deductions for depreciation, and for assessing appropriate amounts of property insurance. Highlights Positive as well as negative shocks to the attractiveness of a site lower the value of existing buildings. Deep discounts for space in new buildings in a growing city might reflect builders' anticipation of continued urban growth. Building value ought to be determined as the residual—the difference between property value and land value.

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  8. [해외논문]   An estimator for discrete-choice models with spatial lag dependence using large samples, with an application to land-use conversions   SSCI

    Carrió (Department of Economics, Syracuse University, United States ) , n-Flores, Carmen E. (Department of Economics and Center for Policy Research, Syracuse University, United States ) , Flores-Lagunes, Alfonso (Bureau of Economic Analysis, United States) , Guci, Ledia
    Regional science and urban economics v.69 ,pp. 77 - 93 , 2018 , 0166-0462 ,

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    Abstract Economic problems that require micro-level analysis within a discrete-choice framework are often spatial processes, where standard models result in inconsistent parameter estimates. Existing methods for spatial discrete-choice models become infeasible in micro-level data applications due to large sample sizes. We propose an extension of Klier and McMillen’s (2008) generalized moments estimator to multinomial choice models with spatial lag dependence that is computationally simple. Simulations indicate that the proposed estimator captures accurately the degree of spatial dependence in the data, provided spatial dependence is not too high. The methodology is employed to analyze the conversion process to various land uses using parcel-level data from a rural-urban fringe county within a large metropolitan area. We find evidence of positive spatial dependence of about 0.36—a result consistent with the widely-accepted idea that land-use conversion is a spatial process. This suggests that uncoordinated local land-use policies designed at a small scale, while attempting to manage growth at a local level, may fragment urban development and result in suboptimal land-use patterns at a regional level. Highlights We propose a generalized moments estimator to multinomial choice models with spatial lag dependence. The proposed estimator is computationally feasible with large samples The estimator is employed to analyze land use conversions to various land uses. We find positive spatial dependence of 0.36. The results suggest that local policies to manage growth may lead to fragmented urban development.

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  9. [해외논문]   Shocks & ossification: The durable hierarchy of neighborhoods in U.S. metropolitan areas from 1970 to 2010   SSCI

    Malone, Thom (Graduate School of Design Harvard University, USA ) , Redfearn, Christian L. (Price School of Public Policy University of Southern California, USA)
    Regional science and urban economics v.69 ,pp. 94 - 121 , 2018 , 0166-0462 ,

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    Abstract We examine neighborhood hierarchies and ask how durable they are over time. Despite the substantial changes that have occurred in metropolitan America from 1970 to 2010, we find remarkable persistence in the rank of census tracts by population density, income, education, and house prices, with many MSAs having rank correlations of over 0.75. Racial and ethnic variables appear to be less persistent, but all the variables exhibit a significant trend toward more stability over time. Even in the presence of large shocks to the metropolitan economy, a majority of MSAs retain the same basic spatial hierarchy they had decades ago. We also find that disturbances to hierarchies are highly spatially correlated. This pattern of stability and change has significant implications for how we analyze and understand urban areas and the way they change. Highlights We show the durability of hierarchies across several socio-economic variables. Rank stability is the norm, and rank stability is rising broadly from 1970 to 2010. These results contrast somewhat with the norm of studying change in urban economics. The results have important implications for the statistical analysis of urban areas.

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  10. [해외논문]   Commuting time decisions for two-worker households in Korea   SSCI

    Hong, Sung Hyo (Division of Economics and Trade, Kongju National University, Gongju, Chungchungnam-do, 314-701, South Korea ) , Lee, Bun Song (Department of Accounting, Economics and Finance, University of Arkansas--Fort Smith, Fort Smith, AR 72913, USA ) , McDonald, John F. (Departments of Economics and Finance, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL 60680, USA)
    Regional science and urban economics v.69 ,pp. 122 - 129 , 2018 , 0166-0462 ,

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    Abstract This study tests for the effect of earning potential on commuting time of working husbands and wives in two-worker households in South Korea. The theoretical result obtained by Alonso (1964) and Muth (1969) is that a higher wage has offsetting effects on commuting by increasing both the demand for housing and the time cost of commuting. This study places these offsetting effects in a model of bid-rent for a two-worker household that extends the model presented by White (1977). The basic finding is that an increase in the wage rate increases the worker's commuting time by a small statistically significant amount. The result holds for both husbands and wives. The net effect of a higher wage on commuting time is positive and small. As other studies have found, commuting time is greater for husbands than for wives. Highlights This study tests for the effect of earning potential on commuting time of working husbands and wives in two-worker households in South Korea. The theoretical result obtained by and is that a higher wage has offsetting effects on commuting time. This study places these offsetting effects in a model of bid-rent for a two-worker household that extends the model presented by . The basic finding is that an increase in the wage rate increases the worker's commuting time by a small statistically significant amount for both husbands and wives. As other studies have found, commuting time is greater for husbands than for wives.

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