Economics of Cities and Suburbs
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Description: For junior/senior-level courses in Urban Economics and Regional Economics and graduate-level courses Urban and Regional Planning and public policy. Designed to convey the excitement of studying cities while developing a set of formal tools for analyzing their economies. Attempts to remove the division between urban economics and regional economics by demonstrating that the traditional intermetropolitan models of specialization and trade can also be extended to intrametropolitan analysis, thus unifying their treatment.
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List price: $124.40
Copyright year: 1998
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 8/8/1997
Size: 7.75" wide x 9.75" long x 0.75" tall
|Introduction To Urban Economics|
|What Is a City?|
|Cities in History|
|Market Areas and Central Place Theory|
|Location of Economic Activity|
|Aggregate Analysis of Metropolitan Areas|
|Factor Abundance and Specialization|
|Agglomeration and Metropolitan Growth|
|Government Policy and Metropolitan Growth|
|Clusters and Urban Form: Business Districts, Suburbs, and "Edge Cities."|
|Intrametropolitan Competition and Economic Development Policy|
|Urban Labor Markets and Poverty|
|Housing Problems and Policies|