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Book Chapter

Capitalization and Exclusionary Zoning

This book chapter provides a new lens for identifying exclusionary zoning that focuses on the economic effects instead of any particular characteristic, looking at the extent to which the economic values of public services like high-quality public schools are capitalized into property values.
Christopher Serkin
March 20, 2020
Journal Article

Penn Central Take Two

This article examines regulatory property, like pollution credits, and the complicated trade-offs raised between the need for stability in property-based entitlements and policy flexibility in governance, arguing that the creation of regulatory property should not prevent policy changes far into the future.
Christopher Serkin
February 5, 2016