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Urban America: Processes and Problems

John M. Levy - History - 2000 - 302 pages
Refreshingly unbiased, this comprehensive, multi-perspective study on urban America provides an historic overview of the field, emphasizes economic, financial, political, and ...
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Economic Development Programs for Cities, Counties, and Towns

John M. Levy - Business & Economics - 1990 - 174 pages
This completely updated and revised edition of Levy's highly regarded work includes new material on the increasingly important role of state government, heightened ...
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Essential Microeconomics for Public Policy Analysis

John M. Levy - Business & Economics - 1995 - 234 pages
Essential microeconomic theory and applications for policy analysis, public administration, health care, environmental management, urban affairs, and urban planning.
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When City and Country Collide: Managing Growth In The Metropolitan Fringe

Tom Daniels - Architecture - 1999 - 361 pages
Examines alternatives to traditional land use and development and offers growth management techniques for the rural-urban fringe areas
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The Fractured Metropolis: Improving the New City, Restoring the Old City ...

Jonathan Barnett - Art - 1996 - 250 pages
Describes how centralized cities have been replaced by sprawling suburban and corporate development, and what should be done to revitalize the old cities which have suffered as ...
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The Limitless City: A Primer on the Urban Sprawl Debate

Oliver Gillham - Architecture - 2002 - 328 pages
One of the great debates of our time concerns the predominant form of land use in America today -- the all too familiar pattern of commercial and residential development known ...
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Land Use and Society, Revised Edition: Geography, Law, and Public Policy

Rutherford H. Platt - Architecture - 2004 - 455 pages
Land Use and Society is a unique and compelling exploration of interactions among law, geography, history, and culture and their joint influence on the evolution of land use ...
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