The Economics of Cities and Suburbs

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Prentice Hall, 1998 - Business & Economics - 366 pages
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Designed to convey the excitement of studying cities while developing a set of formal tools for analyzing their economies. KEY TOPICS: The book attempts to remove the division between “urban” economics and “regional” economics by demonstrating that the traditional intermetropolitan models of specialization and trade can also be extended to intrametropolitan analysis, thus unifying their treatment.

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Contents

PART It INTRODUCTION TO URBAN ECONOMICS
3
Location of Economic Activity
55
AGGREGATE ANALYSIS OF METROPOLITAN AREAS
73
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Bogart of Case Western Reserve University

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