publication . Conference object . Preprint . 2015

explaining spatial variation in real estate development activity in turkey

Elif Alkay; Berna Keskin; Craig Watkins;
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  • Published: 01 Jul 2015
  • Publisher: European Real Estate Society
Abstract
There is a strong policy discourse at local and national level in Turkey that ascribes considerable economic benefits to new construction activity. Critics, however, argue that this policy discourse has led to a mismatch between public policy and market fundamentals in many cities. It has been suggested that policy intentions might be driving construction levels above demand levels and could be contributing to uneven spatial development between regions. This paper seeks to shed light on this argument by systematically exploring the relationship between planning policy and development activity in 81 Turkish cities. The analytical framework draws on research under...
Subjects
free text keywords: Econometric model, Regional science, Policy studies, Spatial variability, Spatial analysis, Geography, Turkish, language.human_language, language, Public policy, Economy, Real estate development, business.industry, business, Policy analysis, jel:R3
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publication . Conference object . Preprint . 2015

explaining spatial variation in real estate development activity in turkey

Elif Alkay; Berna Keskin; Craig Watkins;