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Assessing urban land use regulation in Argentina: literature review and research strategy

Author: Cynthia Goytia; Ricardo A Pasquini
Publisher: [Cambridge, Mass.] : Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, [2013] ©2013
Series: Lincoln Institute of Land Policy working papers.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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This paper reports the advances made in our research on urban land regulation in Argentina during 2010 and 2011 and describes what we plan to do next. In this research we aim at a better understanding of the determinants and consequences of urban land regulation, based on empirical analysis of Argentinean cities. Exploratory work started in 2009 when we carried out a comprehensive Land Use Regulation and Practices  Read more...
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Cynthia Goytia; Ricardo A Pasquini
OCLC Number: 1091764864
Notes: Lincoln Institute product code: WP13CG2.
Description: 1 online resource (30 pages)
Series Title: Lincoln Institute of Land Policy working papers.
Responsibility: Cynthia Goytia and Ricardo A. Pasquini

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This paper reports the advances made in our research on urban land regulation in Argentina during 2010 and 2011 and describes what we plan to do next. In this research we aim at a better understanding of the determinants and consequences of urban land regulation, based on empirical analysis of Argentinean cities. Exploratory work started in 2009 when we carried out a comprehensive Land Use Regulation and Practices Survey of planning directors in 118 municipalities, generating a comprehensive database for the main urban agglomerations in the country. Subsequently, we extended the survey to cover an additional 331 municipalities and added data on land cover metrics derived from satellite images. Preliminary findings show that 60 percent of the built-up area of the average municipality is located in the urban core and 39 percent in suburban locations. The size of built-up core area increases with city size, reaching 85 percent in the largest cities. Interestingly, built-up areas include a significant amount of open space. In terms of growth patterns, spatially fragmented new development declines monotonically with city size suggesting not only that fragmentation gets filled-up over time but also that most new development occurs as extensions of the build-up core area. Moving forward we plan to examine the links between land cover metrics and regulation and improve the explanatory power of our regulation indicators with new data and weighted zoning measures.

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