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000170006 245__ $$aDo Exurban Communities Want More Development?
000170006 260__ $$c2013-12-07
000170006 269__ $$a2013-12-07
000170006 270__ $$mbauer@bu.edu$$pMarie,   Dana
000170006 270__ $$mstephen.swallow@uconn.edu$$pSwallow,   Stephen K.
000170006 270__ $$mpengfei.liu@uconn.edu$$pLiu,   Pengfei
000170006 270__ $$mrjohnston@clarku.edu$$pJohnston,   Robert J.
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000170006 336__ $$aWorking or Discussion Paper
000170006 490__ $$aWorking Paper series
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000170006 520__ $$aThis paper reports on a stated preference study of exurban Rhode Island residents that
assessed the relative attractiveness of a variety of commercial and recreational land uses. Focus
group participants and town planners proclaimed a demand for certain commercial developments
such as grocery stores and fine-dining restaurants, but survey respondents generally exhibit a
strong preference for no additional development beyond the status quo current rate of
development. If additional development is to occur, then recreational type development is
generally preferred over commercial development. Results identify distinct groups of residents
with heterogeneous preferences for different types of development.
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000170006 650__ $$aCommunity/Rural/Urban Development
000170006 650__ $$aLand Economics/Use
000170006 6531_ $$aRural development
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000170006 700__ $$aMarie, Dana
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000170006 700__ $$aLiu, Pengfei
000170006 700__ $$aJohnston, Robert J.
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