The Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 31:4, 351–355, 2005 2005 Springer Science + Business Media, Inc. Manufactured in The Netherlands. Introduction: The Dynamic Perspective in Urban Land Use Policy GEOFFREY K. TURNBULL Department of Economics, Georgia State University, GA, USA E-mail: email@example.com 1. Introduction The collection of papers in this issue represents a coordinated effort by the authors to provide an integrated overview of land use regulation from a dynamic perspective. The premise is that viewing land use regulation from a dynamic perspective leads to insights not evident using the more familiar static perspective. But while the dynamic literature has matured sufﬁciently to have created a body of theoretical results useful to a broader audience, where does one ﬁnd a uniﬁed nontechnical explanation of a scattered literature in one place? This question appears to have motivated persistent prodding by several colleagues, which indirectly led to this special issue. (They shall remain anonymous in order to absolve them of any implied responsibility for the outcome). The notion called for pulling the existing and emerging literature on the dynamic aspects of land regulation together within a more or less uniﬁed simple framework to illustrate key results and how they
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