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Landownership and residential land use in urban economies : existence and uniqueness of the equilibrium / Suminori Tokunaga.

By: Tokunaga, Suminori.
Tokyo ; New York : Springer, c1996Description: 127 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9784431684121 (pbk.); 9784431684107 (eBook) .Other title: Land ownership and residential land use in urban economies.Subject(s): Land use, Urban | Land tenure | Urban economicsDDC classification: 333.77 TOK Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
1. Introduction.- 1.1. Objective of the book.- 1.2. Review of Related Research.- 1.3. Plan of the book.- 2. Behavior of the Household with Land.- 2.1. Introduction.- 2.2. Basic Model of the Household with Land.- 2.3. Characteristics of Maximum Utility.- 2.4. Characteristics of the Optimal Lot Size and the Autarkic Land Rent.- 2.5. Conclusion.- 3. Impact of ?-landownership on Residential Land Use Equilibria.- 3.1. Introduction.- 3.2. The ?-landownership Model.- 3.3. Definition of the Land Use Equilibrium.- 3.4. Existence and Uniqueness of the Land Use Equilibrium.- 3.4.1. Existence of the Equilibria.- 3.4.2. Uniqueness of the Equilibrium.- 3.5. Comparative Statics.- 3.5.1 Changes in ? and Y02.- 3.5.2 Changes in Y01, N1 and N2.- 3.6. Conclusion.- Appendix 3.A: Proof of Lemma 3.6.- Appendix 3.B: Proof of Proposition 3.2.- Appendix 3.C: Proof of relation (3.31).- Appendix 3.D: Formal derivation of results for case 1 in Section 3.5.2.- Appendix 3.E Formal derivation of results for case 2 in Section 3.5.2.- 4. Impact of S-landownership on Residential Land Use Equilibria.- 4.1. Introduction.- 4.2. The S-landownership Model.- 4.3. Existence and Uniqueness of the Equilibrium.- 4.4. Comparative Statics.- 4.5. Conclusion.- Appendix 4.A: Proof of relation (4.22).- Appendix 4.B: Proof of Proposition 4.2.- Appendix 4.C: Proof of relation (4.25).- 5. Landownership and Welfare Impacts of Zoning Regulations.- 5.1. Introduction.- 5.2. A Crowding Externalities Model without a Zoning Regulation.- 5.2.1. The Residential Choice Behavior.- 5.2.2. The Land Use Equilibrium.- 5.3. A Crowding Externalities Model with a Zoning Regulation.- 5.3.1. The Residential Choice Behavior.- 5.3.2. The Land Use Equilibrium.- 5.4. Impact of Minimum Lot Size Regulation on Residential Land Use Equilibria.- 5.5. Conclusion.- Appendix 5.A: Case of a Large MLS Regulation.- 6. Conclusion.- References.- Author index.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [119]-122) and indexes.

1. Introduction.- 1.1. Objective of the book.- 1.2. Review of Related Research.- 1.3. Plan of the book.- 2. Behavior of the Household with Land.- 2.1. Introduction.- 2.2. Basic Model of the Household with Land.- 2.3. Characteristics of Maximum Utility.- 2.4. Characteristics of the Optimal Lot Size and the Autarkic Land Rent.- 2.5. Conclusion.- 3. Impact of ?-landownership on Residential Land Use Equilibria.- 3.1. Introduction.- 3.2. The ?-landownership Model.- 3.3. Definition of the Land Use Equilibrium.- 3.4. Existence and Uniqueness of the Land Use Equilibrium.- 3.4.1. Existence of the Equilibria.- 3.4.2. Uniqueness of the Equilibrium.- 3.5. Comparative Statics.- 3.5.1 Changes in ? and Y02.- 3.5.2 Changes in Y01, N1 and N2.- 3.6. Conclusion.- Appendix 3.A: Proof of Lemma 3.6.- Appendix 3.B: Proof of Proposition 3.2.- Appendix 3.C: Proof of relation (3.31).- Appendix 3.D: Formal derivation of results for case 1 in Section 3.5.2.- Appendix 3.E Formal derivation of results for case 2 in Section 3.5.2.- 4. Impact of S-landownership on Residential Land Use Equilibria.- 4.1. Introduction.- 4.2. The S-landownership Model.- 4.3. Existence and Uniqueness of the Equilibrium.- 4.4. Comparative Statics.- 4.5. Conclusion.- Appendix 4.A: Proof of relation (4.22).- Appendix 4.B: Proof of Proposition 4.2.- Appendix 4.C: Proof of relation (4.25).- 5. Landownership and Welfare Impacts of Zoning Regulations.- 5.1. Introduction.- 5.2. A Crowding Externalities Model without a Zoning Regulation.- 5.2.1. The Residential Choice Behavior.- 5.2.2. The Land Use Equilibrium.- 5.3. A Crowding Externalities Model with a Zoning Regulation.- 5.3.1. The Residential Choice Behavior.- 5.3.2. The Land Use Equilibrium.- 5.4. Impact of Minimum Lot Size Regulation on Residential Land Use Equilibria.- 5.5. Conclusion.- Appendix 5.A: Case of a Large MLS Regulation.- 6. Conclusion.- References.- Author index.

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