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Urban dynamics and urban externalities

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StatementTakahiro Miyao and Yoshitsugu Kanemoto.
SeriesFundamentals of pure and applied economics,, vol. 11., Regional and urban economics section, Fundamentals of pure and applied economics ;, v. 11., Fundamentals of pure and applied economics.
ContributionsKanemoto, Yoshitsugu.
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LC ClassificationsHB2161 .M595 1987
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 107 p. :
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Open LibraryOL2731529M
ISBN 103718603330
LC Control Number86025629

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