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An Application of Spatial Econometrics in Relation to Hedonic House Price Modelling
This paper applies spatial econometrics in relation to hedonic house price modelling. We present and use some basic acknowledged spatial model alternatives and a battery of relevant tests.Expand
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Effects on Housing Prices of Urban Attraction and Labor-Market Accessibility
Through a hedonic approach the authors focus primarily on how house prices vary systematically with respect to some general spatial structure characteristics in a Norwegian region. The introductionExpand
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Housing Price Gradients in a Region with One Dominating Center
This paper primarily focuses on predicting housing price gradients in a Norwegian region with one dominating center. Spatial separation is represented by a function of the traveling distance from theExpand
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Ships in a city harbour: an economic valuation of atmospheric emissions
This paper examines the emissions from ships at berth in the Port of Bergen in Norway. As well as estimating the quantity of emissions, we look at estimates of the external costs of pollution andExpand
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Accounting for Local Spatial Heterogeneities in Housing Market Studies
We adopt a novel method to deal with omitted spatial heterogeneities in hedonic house price analysis. A Gaussian variant of the conditional autoregressive (CAR) model is used to study the impact ofExpand
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Spatial Variation in Job Accessibility and Gender: An Intraregional Analysis using Hedonic House-Price Estimation
Using data on single-family detached houses from a Norwegian region, in this paper I study the existence of gender differences in estimated labour-market accessibility between locations. DifferentExpand
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Describing Inequalities in Access to Employment and the Associated Geography of Wellbeing
This paper addresses three questions. How unequal is access to urban employment and the wellbeing associated with it? What is the monetary value consumers place on access? How does the inequality ofExpand
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Do area-based intervention programs affect house prices? A quasi-experimental approach ☆
Area-based initiatives (ABI) remain a popular approach to combating urban decline. In this paper we examine one such spatially concentrated effort in Oslo, Norway, to test whether the program hasExpand
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A bridge over troubled waters: valuing accessibility effects of a new bridge
Significant investment has been made to bridge the waters of the fjords which fragment the transportation network in western Norway. These topographical barriers inhibit spatial interaction andExpand
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A comparison of estimation methods for multilevel models of spatially structured data
We show that multilevel models of spatially structured data may be estimated readily using a variety of approaches, not only the intrinsic CAR model more typically found in the existing literature. Expand
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