Here's an interesting article from ID Statesman about urban farming. What does this new type of demand for urban land (which is due to the increased demand for locally and organically grown foods) imply for urban land rents/land market?
I am an assistant professor of economics at Boise State University in Boise, ID. Urban economics is not only a course I teach but also my passion. My primary research interests are in urban transportation (infrastructure, safety, mobility), entrepreneurship and environmental econ in the urban context.