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The foundations and practice of historic preservation


  • Jane Humphreys
  • Ramon Garcia


The authors examine historic preservation and show why it serves as an important force in the economy, discussing the motivations for historic preservation and how the practice has evolved, and explaining why government plays a role in preservation and how policy is implemented. Problems created by the competition between preservation and other interests are presented.

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  • Jane Humphreys & Ramon Garcia, 2004. "The foundations and practice of historic preservation," The Regional Economy of Upstate New York, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, issue Fall.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:fednre:y:2004:i:fall

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