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Journal of Urban Economics

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January 1999, Volume 45, Issue 1

November 1998, Volume 44, Issue 3

September 1998, Volume 44, Issue 2

July 1998, Volume 44, Issue 1

May 1998, Volume 43, Issue 3

March 1998, Volume 43, Issue 2

January 1998, Volume 43, Issue 1

November 1997, Volume 42, Issue 3

September 1997, Volume 42, Issue 2

July 1997, Volume 42, Issue 1

May 1997, Volume 41, Issue 3

March 1997, Volume 41, Issue 2

January 1997, Volume 41, Issue 1

November 1996, Volume 40, Issue 3

September 1996, Volume 40, Issue 2

July 1996, Volume 40, Issue 1

May 1996, Volume 39, Issue 3

March 1996, Volume 39, Issue 2

January 1996, Volume 39, Issue 1

November 1995, Volume 38, Issue 3

September 1995, Volume 38, Issue 2

July 1995, Volume 38, Issue 1

May 1995, Volume 37, Issue 3

March 1995, Volume 37, Issue 2

January 1995, Volume 37, Issue 1

November 1994, Volume 36, Issue 3

September 1994, Volume 36, Issue 2

July 1994, Volume 36, Issue 1

May 1994, Volume 35, Issue 3

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