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American Retail Centre Geographies: Centres, Characteristics and Catchments

Concentrations of individual retail units and their associated activities, formally defined as 'retail centres', are important tools for understanding the distribution and evolution of the retail sector at varying geographical scales. Having ways to …

Urban Transport Initiatives and Pollution Patterns: Comparing Low Emission Zones and Metro Expansions via a Spatial-Temporal Difference-in-Difference

This research makes use of a high-dimensional neighbourhood-scale database to estimate the pollution mitigating impacts of urban public transportation infrastructure. Short and long-run localized pollution reductions are estimated and attributed to …

Neighbourhood Housing Price Dynamics of London, England: Clustering Spatio-Temporal Hotspots and Persistence

This work looks at the clustering of neighbourhood groups into classified zones based on a comprehensive spatio-temporal longitudinal database capturing high-resolution LSOA monthly price dynamics along with a series of generated spatial and temporal …

Living on the edge: How does your house price respond to urban hazard risks?

This work considers the capitalization of urban hazard information via the residential real estate marketof Lisbon, Portugal. We employ a spatial hedonic framework to estimate the impact of being located across areas in the municipality with a …

Tree canopies, urban green amenities and the residential real estate market: Remote sensing and spatial hedonic applications to Lisbon, Portugal

This paper explores the use of remote sensing techniques and hedonic pricing methods for the valuation of urban green amenities and in particular street trees. The classification and study of these amenities in an urban area is challenged by the high …