Arthur C. Nelson mainly focuses on Economic growth, Land use, Environmental planning, Urban sprawl and Growth management. His Economic growth research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Metropolitan area and Urban planning, Regional planning. He combines subjects such as Built environment, Quarter and Public administration with his study of Land use.
Many of his studies on Environmental planning apply to Containment as well. His Natural resource economics research extends to Urban sprawl, which is thematically connected. His Growth management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Farmland preservation, Order and State.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Economic growth, Metropolitan area, Transport engineering, Environmental planning and Land use. The concepts of his Economic growth study are interwoven with issues in Economic geography, Natural resource economics and Urban planning, Urban sprawl. The Urban planning study combines topics in areas such as Population growth and Urbanization.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Economic sector, Economy, Urban area and Downtown in addition to Metropolitan area. His Environmental planning study incorporates themes from Environmental protection, State, Containment, Growth management and Land-use planning. As part of one scientific family, Arthur C. Nelson deals mainly with the area of Land use, narrowing it down to issues related to the Public economics, and often Land development.
Arthur C. Nelson mostly deals with Transit, Finance, Real estate, Economic rent and Land-use planning. His work on Impact fee is typically connected to Physical infrastructure as part of general Finance study, connecting several disciplines of science. His research integrates issues of Transit-oriented development, Transport engineering and Bus rapid transit in his study of Economic rent.
His Land-use planning research integrates issues from Urban planning and Environmental planning. Specifically, his work in Urban planning is concerned with the study of Urban sprawl. Urban sprawl and Metropolitan area are commonly linked in his work.
Arthur C. Nelson focuses on Real estate, Finance, Transit, Economic rent and Land-use planning. Arthur C. Nelson integrates several fields in his works, including Transit, Rail transit, Renting, Econometrics, Negative association and Transport engineering. His work deals with themes such as Light rail transit and Bus rapid transit, which intersect with Economic rent.
He has included themes like Downtown, Bus transit and Transit in his Land-use planning study.
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Growth management principles and practices
Arthur C. Nelson;James B. Duncan.
If You Build Them, Commuters Will Use Them: Association Between Bicycle Facilities and Bicycle Commuting
Arthur C. Nelson;David Allen.
Transportation Research Record (1997)
Price effects of landfills on house values
A. C. Nelson;J. Genereux;M. Genereux.
Land Economics (1992)
The new 'burbs: the exurbs and their implications for planning policy
Judy S. Davis;Arthur C. Nelson;Kenneth J. Dueker.
Journal of The American Planning Association (1994)
The Regulated Landscape: Lessons on State Land Use Planning from Oregon
Gerrit Knaap;Arthur C. Nelson.
Preserving Prime Farmland in the Face of Urbanization: Lessons from Oregon
Arthur C. Nelson.
Journal of The American Planning Association (1992)
THE LINK BETWEEN GROWTH MANAGEMENT AND HOUSING AFFORDABILITY: THE ACADEMIC EVIDENCE
Arthur C. Nelson;Rolf Pendall;Casey J. Dawkins;Gerrit J. Knaap.
Relationship between urban sprawl and physical activity, obesity, and morbidity - update and refinement.
Reid Ewing;Gail Meakins;Shima Hamidi;Arthur C. Nelson.
Health & Place (2014)
Urban containment policies and housing prices: an international comparison with implications for future research
Casey J Dawkins;Arthur C Nelson.
Land Use Policy (2002)
Plan Quality and Mitigating Damage from Natural Disasters: A Case Study of the Northridge Earthquake with Planning Policy Considerations
Arthur C. Nelson;Steven P. French.
Journal of The American Planning Association (2002)
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