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Infrastructure Improvements in New Haven County: Potential Build-Out Strategies

  • Stan McMillen
  • Hemanta Shrestha
  • Nandika Weerasinghe

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Paper provided by University of Connecticut, Connecticut Center for Economic Analysis in its series CCEA Studies with number 2002-07.

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Length: 79 pages
Date of creation: 26 Sep 2000
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Handle: RePEc:uct:cceast:2000-07
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