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Munoz Gielen 2012 - Capturing Value Increase - eBook

Munoz Gielen 2012 - Capturing Value Increase - eBook

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Published by Sidestone Press
This book offers insight in how the economic value increase that arises from urban development can serve to finance the quality we want, without the need for public subsidies. The findings and recommendations made in this book focus on Western Europe, mainly on successful and alternatively less successful recent experiences in Spain, England and the Netherlands.
This book offers insight in how the economic value increase that arises from urban development can serve to finance the quality we want, without the need for public subsidies. The findings and recommendations made in this book focus on Western Europe, mainly on successful and alternatively less successful recent experiences in Spain, England and the Netherlands.

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Published by: Sidestone Press on Oct 17, 2012
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12/04/2012

Interviews have been an important data source. There were of two different sorts:
(1) Specific interviews, each one being different from the others, meant for finding
specific knowledge to fill in the holes in literature and cases; (2) Generic interviews,
meant for obtaining knowledge about the possible causal relationship between the
independent variable and the dependent variable: this sort of interview was used for
answering Preparatory research question 3. The construction of the questionnaire for
the generic interviews has followed a meticulous method (Emans, 2002: 114-160).
All those interviews have the same semi-structured form: all the relevant sub-varia-
bles of ‘formal rules relevant to zoning’ were listed that might influence any of the
sub-variables of ‘capturing value increase’.

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