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Secondary Shifting Cores Land Values Natural Limitations
THE URBAN ECONOMY IN FLUX
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additional advantage allocation analysis basic benefits Castle County census tracts center city central city chapter clustering commercial commuter concept consumer core David Ricardo decentralization decision declining Delaware demand for urban discussed diseconomies downtown area economic activity economic base employment existing facilities factors federal fixed costs footloose force function groups growth highway housing important increase indicates individual industry input-output analysis instance labor linkages live major manufacturing market structure mass transit monopolist monopolistic competition monopoly municipal nonwhite older cities oligopoly operations outlets output parking pattern peak percent persons population possible principles private automobile problems product differentiation property tax purchases pure competition rail railroad rates recreation rent residents retail revenues river shopping centers sources suburban areas suburbs supply and demand Table tax base tion trade traffic transportation units urban area urban economy urban land Urbania utilized Wilmington workers