Eds and Meds and Metropolitan Economic Development
In: Urban and Regional Policy and Its Effects
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This chapter was published in: Margery Austin Turner & Howard Wial & Harold Wolman (ed.) Urban and Regional Policy and Its Effects, Brookings Institution Press, pages 21-59, 2008.
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