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Urban economics and real estate : theory and policy / John F. McDonald and Daniel P. McMillen.

By: McDonald, John F.
Contributor(s): McMillen, Daniel P.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Hoboken, N.J. : John Wiley & Sons Inc., 2011Edition: 2nd ed.Description: vii, 551 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9780470591482 (hb.).Subject(s): Urban economics | Real property | Real estate development | Real estate business | Urban policyDDC classification: 330.91732 MCD Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Introduction to urban economics World urbanization Schools of thought in urban economics Location decisions, agglomeration economies, and the origins of cities The economic functions of cities Introduction to urban location patterns : static analysis Using the monocentric city model Empirical testing of the monocentric city model Real estate law and institutions Housing in urban areas Housing policy Real estate markets Real estate development and investment The public sector in urban areas Urban infrastructure Urban transportation Urban social problems : a case study of urban areas of the northeastern U.S. Urban poverty and its spatial concentration in the U.S. Urban poverty in developing countries Crime in urban areas Education, labor markets, and migration Models of metropolitan economic growth Agglomeration economies, technical change, and urban growth Economic development policies for urban areas.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction to urban economics
World urbanization
Schools of thought in urban economics
Location decisions, agglomeration economies, and the origins of cities
The economic functions of cities
Introduction to urban location patterns : static analysis
Using the monocentric city model
Empirical testing of the monocentric city model
Real estate law and institutions
Housing in urban areas
Housing policy
Real estate markets
Real estate development and investment
The public sector in urban areas
Urban infrastructure
Urban transportation
Urban social problems : a case study of urban areas of the northeastern U.S.
Urban poverty and its spatial concentration in the U.S.
Urban poverty in developing countries
Crime in urban areas
Education, labor markets, and migration
Models of metropolitan economic growth
Agglomeration economies, technical change, and urban growth
Economic development policies for urban areas.

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