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Spatial-Temporal variation in the impacts of urban infrastructures on Housing Prices in Wuhan, China
来源: 时间:2020-06-06

英文标题: Spatial-Temporal variation in the impacts of urban infrastructures on Housing Prices in Wuhan, China

作者:刘帆,闵敏*,赵可,胡伟艳

来源: Sustainability, 12(3), 1281.doi:10.3390/su12031281

 

研究问题:随着中国的快速城市化进程,城市基础设施建设得到迅猛发展。与此同时,城市房价问题也日益成为关系民生福祉和城市活力的重要影响因素。本文以武汉市2010-2018年主城区619个住宅小区为研究样本,主要研究问题为,在城市基础设施快速发展阶段,武汉市这种多中心城市的住宅价格如何进行时空变化?在多中心城市住宅价格时空变化中,城市基础设施又扮演了什么角色?产生了什么影响?

 

研究方法:Kriging Spatial Interpolation GTWR model

论文摘要:

Abstract: This study aims to investigate the spatial and temporal dynamics of housing prices associated with the urban infrastructure in Wuhan, China. The relationship between urban infrastructure and housing prices during rapid urbanization has drawn popular concerns. This article takes 619 residential communities during the period 2010 to 2018 in Wuhan’s main urban area as research units, and uses the geographically and temporally weighted regression (GTWR) model to study the spatial-temporal differentiation in the effects of urban infrastructure on housing price. The results show that: 1) From 2010 to 2018, housing prices in Wuhan’s main urban area were generally on the rise, but the increment speed has shown an obvious periodic characteristic, the spatial distribution of housing prices has shown an obvious core and periphery distribution and the peak value area shifted from Hankou to Wuchang. 2) The influential factors of housing prices have significant spatiotemporal non-stationarity, while the impact, direction and intensity of the influential factors varies in time and space. Spatially, the influence factors show different differentiation rules for spatial distribution, and the influencing direction and strength of the urban infrastructure on housing prices are closely related to the spatial location, distribution density and the type of urban infrastructure. Temporally, the influencing strength of various urban facilities varies. This research will benefit both urban planners for optimizing urban facilities and policy-makers for formulating more specific housing policies, which ultimately contributes to urban sustainability.