Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
John M. Yinger
Social sciences, Property value, Neighborhood, Disamenities, Market demand, Failing school, Homicide, Mosque
This dissertation employs hedonic analysis to examine market demand for three neighborhood disamenities. The first chapter investigates the property value impact of a No Child Left Behind "failing" school designation. The second chapter studies the property value impact of a local homicide. The third chapter examines the property value impact of proximity to a mosque post 9/11. Each disamenity has a negative and significant effect on property values with the magnitude of impact varying across household type.
Bogin, Alexander Nicholas, "Three Essays on the Property Value Impact of Neighborhood Disamenities" (2012). Economics - Dissertations. 94.