Accessibility navigation


Taking the LEED? Analyzing spatial variations in market penetration rates of eco-labeled properties

Downloads

Downloads per month over past year

Fuerst, F., Kontokosta, C. and McAllister, P., (2011) Taking the LEED? Analyzing spatial variations in market penetration rates of eco-labeled properties. Working Papers in Real Estate and Planning. 10/11. Working Paper. University of Reading, Reading. pp32.

[img] Text - Published Version
· Please see our End User Agreement before downloading.

914Kb

Abstract/Summary

This paper investigates the impact of policies to promote the adoption of LEED-certified buildings across CBSA in the United States. Drawing upon a unique database that combines data from a large number of sources and using a number of regression procedures, the determinants of the proportion LEED-certified space for more than 170 CBSA in the US is modeled. LEED-certified space still accounts for a relatively small proportion of commercial stock in all markets. The average proportion is less than 1%. There is no conclusive evidence of a positive impact of policy intervention on the levels of LEED-certified space. However, after accounting for bias introduced by non-random assignment of policies, we find preliminary evidence of a positive impact of city-level green building incentives. There is a significant positive association between market size and indicators of economic vitality on proportions of LEED-certified space.

Item Type:Report (Working Paper)
Divisions:Henley Business School > Real Estate and Planning
ID Code:22723
Publisher:University of Reading
Publisher Statement:The copyright of each working paper remains with the author. If you wish to quote from or cite any paper please contact the appropriate author; in some cases a more recent version of the paper may have been published elsewhere.

Download Statistics for this item.

University Staff: Request a correction | Centaur Editors: Update this record

Page navigation