A Decade of Historical and Economic Research on Preservation Planning
26 Pages Posted: 24 Aug 2020
Date Written: July 15, 2020
The authors review a decade of research providing perspectives on how two “planning-adjacent” disciplines (history and economics) can improve historic preservation. These perspectives are used to justify historic preservation, inform the economic implications of de facto preservation policies on various constituencies, and develop specific practices and policy recommendations that relate preservation to socioeconomic outcomes.
Keywords: Historic Preservation, Economic Development, Policy Planning, Governance, Land Use Regulation, Housing Affordability, Housing Market
JEL Classification: R14, R52, R23, H75
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