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1 The Nature of Urban Areas
Urbanization and the Growth of Urban Areas
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allocation amounts analysis automobile beneﬁts blacks capital census central business district central cities central-city Chapter city center commodity commuting comparative advantage competitive congestion cost deﬁnition discharges distribution downtown economists effect efﬁciency employment Equation equilibrium example expenditures factor of production factors federal government ﬁgures ﬁnance ﬁrms ﬁrst ﬁxed high-income households housing demand housing prices housing services important income tax increase indifference curve industries labor land rent large numbers large SMSAs less live low-income manufacturing ment metropolitan areas miles negative income tax nonwhites Pareto distribution percent percentage point of export pollution poor population density poverty problems proﬁt programs property taxes public policy public services public transit rent-offer function residents result rural scale economies shows slums speciﬁc studies suburban suburbs Suppose Table theory tion transit systems U.S. Census Bureau United urban areas urban economics urban renewal urban transportation waste welfare workers World War II