English, Article edition: Optimization of floor area ratio regulation in a growing city Joshi, Kirti Kusum; Kono, Tatsuhito

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  • Optimization of floor area ratio regulation in a growing city
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  • Joshi, Kirti Kusum
  • Kono, Tatsuhito
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  • Maximum floor area ratio (FAR) regulation is widely imposed in cities to mitigate negative population externalities (e.g. congestion). This paper presents determination of optimal FAR regulation in a two-zone city with a growing population. Results show the following. 1) Maximum FAR regulation alone is generally insufficient. It should be accompanied by minimum FAR regulation in one zone. 2) Optimal regulation at a particular time depends on expected changes in zonal populations over the longest replacement time among newly built buildings at that time. 3) Zonal optimal FAR is expected to vary with time, which might even necessitate replacement of maximum FAR with minimum FAR, and vice versa.
  • Population externality Floor area ratio Congestion Deadweight loss
  • RePEc:eee:regeco:v:39:y:2009:i:4:p:502-511
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