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THE INTERACTION BETWEEN DISTANCE TO WORK AND VEHICLE MILES TRAVELED
Economists have long been concerned with the externalities generated by automobiles, such as traffic congestion and air pollution. Since many of these externalities are closely bound up with the number of miles being ...
USING PREDICTED MARKET VALUES FOR ECOLOGICALLY VALUABLE NATURAL LANDS IN LAND PRESERVATION PROGRAM OPTIMAL TARGETING SCHEME: APPLICATION TO MARYLAND'S GREENPRINT PROGRAM
Thirty-eight U.S. states have programs to preserve land with ecological value yet few consider land acquisition costs in their selection criteria although targeting could improve the efficiency of these programs. To ...