Are public transport improvements endogenous with respect to employment and income location in a city?
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KeywordsCausality; improvements of public transports; endogeneity; effective size of labor market; size of enterprises; Causalité; améliorations des transports publics; endogénéité; taille effective du marché du travail; taille des entreprises; Transmilenio;
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