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000019258 245__ $$aUsing Regression Discontinuity Design to Identify the Effect of Zoning
000019258 260__ $$c2005
000019258 269__ $$a2005
000019258 270__ $$mirwin.78@osu.edu$$pIrwin,   Elena G.
000019258 270__ $$mcarmencf@u.arizona.edu$$pCarrion-Flores,   Carmen E.
000019258 300__ $$a22
000019258 336__ $$aConference Paper/ Presentation
000019258 446__ $$aEnglish
000019258 490__ $$aSelected Paper 137106
000019258 520__ $$aWe test the effect of minimum lot zoning on rural-to-urban land use conversion using Regression Discontinuity Design (RDD), a technique that exploits natural discontinuities in the data to identify causal effects.  Observations are drawn from either size of a discontinuous minimum lot size zoning boundary.  Using these selected sub-samples, a binary discrete choice model of residential land use change is estimated using parcel-level data and other spatially explicit data from an exurban county that lies on the fringes of Cleveland, Ohio.  Results show that controlling for unobserved correlation in the data clearly identifies a negative and significant effect of larger minimum lot size zoning on the probability of conversion to a residential use.
000019258 650__ $$aLand Economics/Use
000019258 700__ $$aIrwin, Elena G.
000019258 700__ $$aCarrion-Flores, Carmen E.
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000019258 982__ $$gAmerican Agricultural Economics Association>2005 Annual meeting, July 24-27, Providence, RI
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