Forecasting Land Use Activities 2 - Land Use Theory and Data

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We are very excited to be bringing you a new eight-part webinar series on Forecasting Land Use Activities. This webinar series will be an update to the popular one-day seminar from several years ago. This webinar will review theoretical perspectives on land use and real estate markets, including demand and supply of different kinds of real estate with differing levels of accessibility and other amenities, and how prices capitalize these locational amenities. This theoretical component is balanced with a more pragmatic discussion of the data required for land use forecasting, and what kinds of problems arise in the development of integrated databases for use in modeling. This webinar sets the stage for a more in-depth examination of specific land use forecasting methods in the subsequent presentations in this series.

Paul Waddell, University of California Berkeley

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Forecasting Land Use Activities 2 - Land Use Theory and Data

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Recorded Webinar

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Forecasting Land Use Activities 4 - PECAS - Spatial Input-Output Frameworks
Forecasting Land Use Activities 5 - UrbanSim - A Dynamic Microsimulation Framework
Forecasting Land Use Activities 6 - Modeling Real Estate Demand
Forecasting Land Use Activities 7 - Modeling Real Estate Supply

TMIP Subject Categories
Land use