Evaluating State Land Use Control: Perspectives and Hawaii Case Study

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This Article will identify five general approaches for evaluating the effects of a comprehensive state land use control program. The vehicle for this analysis will be the Hawaii land use program. The study will focus on the implementation of the Hawaii program as opposed to the conditions that led to its enactment with particular attention to the development of concepts and analytical approaches from which hypotheses can be generated and tested comparatively.

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Land use, Hawaii, States

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G. Kem Lowry Jr. (University of Hawai'i)

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