Urban and Regional Economics: Marxist Perspectives

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Harwood Academic Publishers, 1992 - Business & Economics - 156 pages
The volume reviews the basic tenets of Marxist work on urban and regional development and its uses for the analysis of socioeconomic problems. It discusses the treatment or urban and regional issues by Marx, Engels and other early Marxists and examines recent controversies concerning location and uneven spatial development, rent and urban segregation, urban service delivery, and the roles of the local state and community social movements.

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