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The New Economy of the Inner City: Restructuring, Regeneration and Dislocation in the Twenty‐First Century Metropolis, by Thomas A. Hutton

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  • Kathryn A. Foster, 2011. "The New Economy of the Inner City: Restructuring, Regeneration and Dislocation in the Twenty‐First Century Metropolis, by Thomas A. Hutton," Journal of Regional Science, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 51(3), pages 627-629, August.
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