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  1. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    December, 2007
    Netherlands

    De agrarische grondprijs wordt in verstedelijkte gebieden van Nederland gedomineerd door de mate van stedelijke druk. Daartegenover staat dat in de meer afgelegen landbouwgebieden de hoogte van diezelfde agrarische grondprijs in belangrijke mate bepaald wordt door de verhouding tussen het aantal kopers en verkopers op lokale agrarische grondmarkten. Dit blijkt uit de resultaten van een hedonisch prijsmodel dat het LEI en Wageningen Universiteit samen hebben ontwikkeld.

  2. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    December, 2007
    France, Europe

    In this research, we propose a method for describing rural landscapes in peri urban areas and evaluating their impact on house and land prices. This method matches quantitative geography and econometric methods used for hedonic analysis. A geographical model is used for producing variables describing the landscape an observer can look at when located in a specific house or a land parcel. This model takes account of these parts of the landscape that are hidden by houses, buildings, hills, forests,. . .

  3. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    December, 2007
    France, Europe

    In this research, we propose a method for describing rural landscapes in peri urban areas and evaluating their impact on house and land prices. This method matches quantitative geography and econometric methods used for hedonic analysis. A geographical model is used for producing variables describing the landscape an observer can look at when located in a specific house or a land parcel. This model takes account of these parts of the landscape that are hidden by houses, buildings, hills, forests,. . .

  4. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    December, 2007
    France, Europe

    In this research, we propose a method for describing rural landscapes in peri urban areas and evaluating their impact on house and land prices. This method matches quantitative geography and econometric methods used for hedonic analysis. A geographical model is used for producing variables describing the landscape an observer can look at when located in a specific house or a land parcel. This model takes account of these parts of the landscape that are hidden by houses, buildings, hills, forests,. . .

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