MHINCMental Health Information National Collection (New Zealand; national database)
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As part of these reforms, MHINC (Mental Health Information National Collection) was established in 2000 to monitor mental health data collection in the public sector, and introduced the Health of the Nation Outcome Scale (HoNOS) (Wing et al, 1998) to NZ mental health services in 2002.
Median household income (MHINC) and population density in the neighborhood (NPOP-DEN) were derived from the 2000 U.S.
This is a common finding in the hedonic pricing literature (e.g., Bockstael 1996; Palmquist and Danielson 1989); it is frequently explained by the existence of subdivision costs.11 The coefficient of MHINC is positive and significant at the 1% level, suggesting that there is a land-value premium associated with high-income neighborhoods (e.g., Geoghegan, Wainger, and Bockstael 1997; Irwin 2002; Irwin and Bockstael 2001).