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Political Market Framework & Land Use

The Political Market Framework and Land Use Project develops a "political market" framework combining elements of political economy and property rights theories with work on local government structure. This framework conceptualizes changes in land use rules as the result of a dynamic contracting process between the suppliers and demanders of change in a community mediated by political institutions. Current work includes surveys of city and county planning officials and study of amendments to local land use plans. This project is supported by the DeVoe Moore Center and National Science Foundation award #030799.

 

Review Essay

 

"The Political Market Framework and Policy Change"

 

New and Ongoing Projects

 

Policy Tool Interactions
This project investigates complimentary and substitutive relationships in adoption and effectiveness among specific policy instruments directed to economic development and sustainability issues.

 

Dissertations

 

Bae, Jungah. 2012. Green Governance Innovation: The Institutional Political Market for Energy Sustainable Communities (Doctoral dissertation). Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.

 

Park, Sang Chul. 2012. "Sustainability, Smart Growth And The Improvement Of Public Health: Regarding Healthy Urban Governance And Physical Environment (Doctoral dissertation). Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.

 

Yi, Hongtao. 2012. "Policy Networks, Environmental Impacts And Economic Consequences Of Clean Energy In The U.s.: A National, State And Local Investigation (Doctoral dissertation). Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.

 

Lee, Sejin. 2011. Environmental Local Public Goods:Open Space Preservation and Multi-Level Analysis (Doctoral dissertation). Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.

 

Kassekert, Anthony J. 2010. POLICY TOOL BUNDLING: PREDICTING THE SELECTION OF POLICY INSTRUMENTS USING BAYESIAN MULTIVARIATE PROBIT ANALYSIS (Doctoral dissertation). Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.

 

Park, Jongsun. 2009. Institutional Choice in Local Economic Development Organizations (Doctoral dissertation). Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.

 

Yoo, Dongsang. 2008. Institutions, Political Market, and Local Land Use Policy Change (Doctoral dissertation). Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.

 

Mayere, Severine. 2007. The Influence of Local Political Coalitions on the Effectiveness of Urban Containment Policies: Empirical Evidence from Six U.S. States (Doctoral dissertation). Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.

 

Burge, Gregory Scott. 2005. A Theoretical and Empirical Investigation of the Effects of Impact Fees on the Affordability of Starter Homes (Doctoral dissertation). Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.

 

Kang, In-Sung. 2005. Politics, Institutions, and the Implementation of Growth Management Policy in Florida Cities (Doctoral dissertation). Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.

 

Jeong, Moon-Gi. 2004. Local Land Use Choices: An Empirical Investigation of Development Impact Fees in Florida (Doctoral dissertation). Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.

 

Shaughnessy, Timothy. 2004. Estimation of the Effects of Development Impact Fees on Housing and Land Markets (Doctoral dissertation). Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.

 

Tavares, Antonio. 2003. State and Local Institutions and Environmental Policy: A Transaction Costs Analysis (Doctoral dissertation). Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.

 

 

 

Papers and Publications

 

Yi, Hongtao. & Feiock, Richard C. 2014. "Renewable Energy Politics: Policy Typologies, Policy Tools and State Deployment of Renewables," Policy Studies Journal 42(3), 391-415.

 

Lee, Youngmi., Feiock, Richard C. 2014. "Governance and Growth Management: The Use of Impact Fees by Florida Cities," Economic Development Quarterly forthcoming.

 

Yi, Hongtao. & Feiock, Richard C. 2012. "Policy Tool Interactions and the Adoption of State Renewable Portfolio Standards," Review of Policy Research 29(2), 193-206.

 

Anthony, Jerry. 2006. "State Growth Management and Housing Prices," Social Science Quarterly Volume 87 (March): 122-141.

 

Bruge, Gregory and Keith R. Ihlanfeldt. 2006. "Impact Fees and Single-Family Home Construction," Journal of Urban Economics 60(2): 284-306.

 

Ihlanfeldt, Keith R. 2006. "Symposium: State and Local Government Regulation & Economic Development," Journal of Regional Science , Vol. 46. (with support of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta).

 

Jeong, Moon-Gi. 2006. "Local Choices for Development Impact Fees,"  Urban Affairs Review 41: 338-357.  

 

Kang, In-Sung and Richard C. Feiock. 2006. "Implementation of Growth Management Policy in Florida Cities: Zoning Approval and Regulatory Policy Enforcement," International Review of Public Administration 11: 85-98.

 

Lubell, Mark, Richard C. Feiock, and Edgar Ramirez 2005. "Political Institutions and Conservation by Local Governments,"  Urban Affairs Review 40: 706 - 729.