Fundamentals of Urban Economics

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Prentice Hall, 1997 - Business & Economics - 545 pages

For Urban and Regional Economics courses.

This is the first modern text in urban economics that emphasizes urban economic growth. It approaches the various aspects of urban economics as part of a coherent whole rather than as separate isolated topics, and emphasizes the fundamental methods, models, and data used by economists to study cities.

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Contents

New York Los Angeles and Chicago
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E Urban Growth Controls
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References
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