Theories of urban externalities
AbstractIn this monograph several aspects of externalities in cities are analyzed using extensions of a standard residential land use model. Topics covered are optimal and market city sizes, local public goods, traffic congestion, externalities between different types of households, and the growth of a system of cities.
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Date of creation: 1980
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City; Externality; City size; Local public goods; Traffic congestion; Growth of cities;
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