Aggregate Land Rents, Expenditure on Public Goods, and Optimal City Size
I. An example, 473.—II. The generality of the Henry George Theorem, 477.—III. On using land rents as a measure of the benefits from public goods, 490.—IV. Competitive attainability of a Pareto optimal distribution of economic activity, 496.—V. Concluding comments, 498.
Volume (Year): 93 (1979)
Issue (Month): 4 ()
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