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MEASURING NEIGHBORHOOD BLIGHT
THEORETICAL MODEL OF HOUSEHOLD BEHAVIOR
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ABLOT Air quality AIRPAR AIRSUL assumed Average House Price AVINC Benefits Consistent blight measure block Census Tract Information chapter city of Chicago COMPLETE DATA SET components condition COST EFFECTIVE DATA SET Census demand functions DISAMENITY MEASURES disequilibrium Dummy variable Equation externalities factor analysis front yard given residence household housing services increase individual Initial Amenity Level Initial Level Level of Amenity level of blight living units marginal marginal utility Median MINIMUM NUMBER model cities program Multicollinearity neighbor neighborhood amenities Neighborhood Services Program NUMBER OF OBSERVATIONS NUMBER OF RESIDENCES Percentage of tract perfect competition present value PRICE AND INITIAL Price Equation problem production functions property values quantity Rand Corporation regression analysis repavement RESIDENCE PRICE RESIDENCES FOR STREET residential SDWLK selling price Series of dummy SET Census Tract sidewalk square feet STREET REPAIR structure Table A:2 Continued thousands of feet Total number tract in Neighborhood urban blight value of STREET vector