Location and welfare in cities: impacts of policy interventions on the urban poor
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KeywordsMunicipal Financial Management; Public Health Promotion; Decentralization; Housing&Human Habitats; Urban Services to the Poor; Municipal Financial Management; Housing&Human Habitats; VN-Acb Mis -- IFC-00535908; Urban Housing; City Development Strategies;
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- NEP-URE-2004-09-27 (Urban & Real Estate Economics)
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