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Land-Use Allocation in the Absence of Complete Market Values

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This paper describes a method of land-allocation that can be used byplanners and other land managers in the face of market failure. The method integrates theland-allocation approach used in geographic information systems with that used in a generalizedassignment problem. Suitability scores, instead of market prices, are used in assigning competingland uses to individual parcels (pixels) of land. The method is illustrated using a hypotheticalexample involving three competing land uses within a region.
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Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: University of Connecticut, Storrs

Publication date: 1998-08-01

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