Revealing Preferences for Urban Green Spaces: A Scale-sensitive Hedonic Pricing Analysis for the City of Leipzig
Stephan Bartke () and
Ecological Economics, 2018, vol. 146, issue C, 536-548
•We present a scale-sensitive approach to define value of urban green spaces (UGSs).•A hedonic pricing analysis was conducted for 261,827 flats in Leipzig, Germany.•Revealed preferences for UGSs differ between the city level and district level.•Socio-economic variables can explain differences in revealed preferences.•The stepwise analysis approach is applicable for complex systems in general.
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