|The Journal of Land & Public Utility Economics|
Land Economics is a peer-reviewed academic journal dedicated to the study of land use, natural resources, public utilities, housing, and urban land issues. The journal was established in 1925 by the founder of the American Economic Association, Richard T. Ely (University of Wisconsin). Land Economics covers such topics as transportation, energy, urban and rural land use, housing, environmental quality, public utilities, and natural resources. In addition to regular articles, Land Economics also publishes comments on articles previously published in the journal, along with replies from the original author. There are also book reviews for selected recently released books and a full list of books received.
For three decades, the editor of Land Economics has been Daniel W. Bromley, the Anderson-Bascom Professor of Applied Economics at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
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