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THE URBAN CRISIS
ECONOMIC THEORY AND THE SCOPE OF URBAN ECONOMICS
A PROFILE OF THE URBAN POOR
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agglomeration American argued automobile benefits Census central business district congestion decline demand distribution earnings economic activity economic growth economies of scale economists Edward Banfield effects employment environment expenditures families federal government Haworth high-density central city highway households housing quality improve income tax increase industrial investment Jane Jacobs labor living low-income major metropolitan areas ment metropolitan areas million mobility negative externalities negative income tax neighborhood nomic number of trips opportunities optimum city output owners percent persons pollution poor population density poverty preferences Prisoner's Dilemma private automobile programs public policy public sector public services public transit public transportation Rasmussen reduce regional relatively residential residents revenue rise ropolitan areas scale in consumption SMSAs social society suburban suggests Table tion transportation system U.S. Bureau upgrading function urban areas urban crisis urban economics urban places urban problems urban renewal urban transportation wage