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Environmental amenities and territorial anchorage in the recreational-housing rental market: A hedonic approach with French data

Abstract : Site-specific characteristics are attributes of tourism services for consumers and a factor influencing their costs and quality for producers. These services are a fine illustration of territorial rents. Using estimates from hedonic price equations, we test the role of environmental/territorial variables as services differentiation tools in the context of a non-competitive market, and obtain the value of territorial rent generated by tourism managers' strategies. Two territories of reference are chosen, one currently benefiting from renewed public interest, and a usual tourist destination. The results of a comparative analysis suggest that tourists' preferences for new destinations, combined with firms' strategies generate some catching up effects by emerging territories.
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A. Mollard, Mbolatiana Rambonilaza, Dominique Vollet. Environmental amenities and territorial anchorage in the recreational-housing rental market: A hedonic approach with French data. Land Use Policy, Elsevier, 2007, 24 (2), pp.484-493. ⟨hal-02588216⟩

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