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"The Seventh Edition of Urban Economics lies at the intersection of geography and economics. Dynamic maps, new to this edition, bring urban economic statistics alive for students. Highlights in the new edition include treatment of: why cities exist and what causes them to grow or shrink; the market forces that shape cities and the role of; government in the urban economy; the urban transportation system; the causes of urban crime and its spatial consequences; and the unique features of the housing market and the effects of government housing policies."--BOOK JACKET.
Arthur O'Sullivan is a professor of economics at Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon.
Table of Contents
Market Forces in the Development of Cities
Why Do Cities Exist?
Why Do Firms Cluster?
Land Rent and Land-Use Patterns
Urban Land Rent
Zoning and Growth Controls
Externalities from Autos
Why is Housing Different?
The Role of Local Government
Local Government Revenue
Tools of Microeconomics
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