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Methodology for land and housing market analysis / edited by Gareth Jones & Peter M. Ward.
Contributor(s): Jones, Gareth Elwyn | Ward, Peter M | Fitzwilliam Workshop (1991 : University of Cambridge).Material type: BookPublisher: London : UCL, 1994Description: xi, 288 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781857280920 (hbk.); 185728092X.Subject(s): Land use | Real property -- Prices | Housing | Real property -- Valuation | Housing -- PricesDDC classification: 333.3323 MET Online resources: Table of contents.
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Articles arose from "the Fitzwilliam Workshop held at the University of Cambridge, 14-19 July 1991"--p. ix.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 267-280) and index.
From Fitzwilliam Workshop to work on methodology, G. Jones and P.M. Ward. Part 1 Macro methodological approaches - neoclassical economic theory versus political economy perspectives; tilting at windmills - paradigm shifts in World Bank orthodoxy, G. Jones and P.M. Ward; an overview of the land market assessment technique, D. Dowall; urban land and macroeconomic development - moving from access for the poor to urban productivity, W.A. Doebele; researching the relationship between economic liberalization and changes to land markets and land prices - the case of Conakry, Guinea, 1985-91, A. Durand-Lasserve; applying a political economy approach to land and housing markets in Zimbabwe, C. Rakodi; social actors in land and property development - relating approaches to findings in Mexico, B. Garcia et al.
Aims to bring methods of land-market and land-price analysis to the foreground. It relates substantive research findings for land and urban development and blends these with a focus on research design and methodology. Its findings have relevance beyond the topics of housing and land.