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Demand and Urban Areas
Changing Land Use Patterns
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achieve agglomeration economies agriculture air pollution airsheds allocation analysis automobile beneficiaries benefits bid rent curve big city black and white capital central business district central city Chapter citizens competition consumer contribute decision-influencers discrimination economic activities effect efficient employer employment example expenditures families federal finance firm freeway functions ghetto governmental groups higher incentives income distribution income tax increase indicates individuals inputs internal combustion engine land use pattern large number less low-income manufacturing market area market failure market system metropolitan areas migration monopolistic natural environment negative income tax opportunity output percent political units pollution control population density preferences production property tax public sector racial reduce relative result returns to scale revenue school districts service industries shift SMSA specialization subsidy suburban suburbs supply tax elasticity technological change urban areas urban problems urban renewal users wage waste residuals