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Highway Expenditures and Housing Activities in the U.S.: The Postwar Experience

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  • Chen, A.
  • Coulson, N.E.
  • Riew,J.

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  • Chen, A. & Coulson, N.E. & Riew,J., 1991. "Highway Expenditures and Housing Activities in the U.S.: The Postwar Experience," Papers 1-91-5, Pennsylvania State - Department of Economics.
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    housing ; tax policy ; investments ; motorways;

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