Kiel, K.A. and M.A. Boyle. (2001). A survey of house price hedonic studies of the impact of environmental externalities. Journal of Real Estate Literature. 9(2):117-144.

This article reviews the work of previous researchers who sought to value environmental externalities through a hedonic pricing analysis.The authors summarize the hedonic pricing analysis as a technique of measuring the implicit value an externality adds to a marketed good. Many studies reviewed used the hedonic pricing method to value public goods like quality air, water, and protection from toxins. The article organizes its evaluations by the type of externality analyzed: Air Quality Studies, Water Quality Studies, Undesirable Land Uses, Neighborhood Variables, and Multiple Environmental Pollutants.