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Classification and valuation of urban green spaces—A hedonic house price valuation
TE Panduro, KL Veie
Landscape and Urban planning 120, 119-128, 2013
3632013
The Vindication of Don Quixote: The Impact of Noise and Visual Pollution from Wind Turbines
THL Cathrine Ulla Jensen, Toke Emil Panduro
Land Economics 90, 668-682, 2014
1512014
Adaption to extreme rainfall with open urban drainage system: An integrated hydrological cost-benefit analysis
Q Zhou, TE Panduro, BJ Thorsen, K Arnbjerg-Nielsen
Environmental management 51, 586-601, 2013
1252013
The choice of forest site for recreation: A revealed preference analysis using spatial data
F Agimass, T Lundhede, TE Panduro, JB Jacobsen
Ecosystem Services 31, 445-454, 2018
842018
The impact of on-shore and off-shore wind turbine farms on property prices
CU Jensen, TE Panduro, TH Lundhede, ASE Nielsen, M Dalsgaard, ...
Energy policy 116, 50-59, 2018
842018
An alternative to the standard spatial econometric approaches in hedonic house price models
K Von Graevenitz, TE Panduro
Land Economics 91 (2), 386-409, 2015
762015
Impact of biogas plants on rural residential property values and implications for local acceptance
KH Zemo, TE Panduro, M Termansen
Energy policy 129, 1121-1131, 2019
532019
Eliciting preferences for urban parks
TE Panduro, CU Jensen, TH Lundhede, K von Graevenitz, BJ Thorsen
Regional Science and Urban Economics 73, 127-142, 2018
492018
Verification of flood damage modelling using insurance data
Q Zhou, TE Panduro, BJ Thorsen, K Arnbjerg-Nielsen
Water science and technology 68 (2), 425-432, 2013
412013
Water sensitive urban design retrofits in Copenhagen–40% to the sewer, 60% to the city
O Fryd, A Backhaus, H Birch, CF Fratini, ST Ingvertsen, J Jeppesen, ...
Water Science and Technology 67 (9), 1945-1952, 2013
402013
Modelling strategies for discontinuous distance decay in willingness to pay for ecosystem services
SB Olsen, CU Jensen, TE Panduro
Environmental and Resource Economics 75 (2), 351-386, 2020
292020
Who demands peri-urban nature? A second stage hedonic house price estimation of household’s preference for peri-urban nature
CU Jensen, TE Panduro, TH Lundhede, K von Graevenitz, BJ Thorsen
Landscape and Urban Planning 207, 104016, 2021
212021
Indirect approach for estimation of forest degradation in non-intact dry forest: modelling biomass loss with Tweedie distributions
K Dons, S Bhattarai, H Meilby, C Smith-Hall, TE Panduro
Carbon balance and management 11, 1-10, 2016
152016
Evaluating two model reduction approaches for large scale hedonic models sensitive to omitted variables and multicollinearity
TE Panduro, BJ Thorsen
Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences 7, 85-102, 2014
112014
Potentials and limitations for Water Sensitive Urban Design in Copenhagen: a multidisciplinary case study
O Fryd, A Backhaus, H Birch, C Fratini, ST Ingvertsen, J Jeppesen, ...
wsud, 2012
82012
Spatial patterns of subsistence extraction of forest products–An indirect approach for estimation of forest degradation in dry forest
K Dons, TE Panduro, S Bhattarai, C Smith-Hall
Applied geography 55, 292-299, 2014
72014
Udvikling og afprøvning af metode til modellering af økosystemtjenester og biodiversitetsindikatorer-med henblik på kortlægning af synergier og konflikter ved arealtiltag
M Termansen, MTH Konrad, G Levin, B Hasler, BJ Thorsen, U Aslam, ...
DCE-Nationalt Center for Miljø og Energi, 2017
52017
Værdisætning af bykvaliteter-fra hovedstad til provins: Appendiks
TH Lundhede
Institut for Fødevare-og Ressourceøkonomi, Københavns Universitet, 2013
52013
Værdisætning af bykvaliteter-fra hovedstad til provins: Appendiks
TH Lundhede
Institut for Fødevare-og Ressourceøkonomi, Københavns Universitet, 2013
52013
The value of living in proximity to a forest, a lake and the sea: A large scale hedonic house price valuation
TE Panduro
Baggrundsnotat til Miljøøkonomisk Rapport, 1-23, 2019
42019
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