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Journal of Urban Economics

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May 1994, Volume 35, Issue 3

    March 1994, Volume 35, Issue 2

    January 1994, Volume 35, Issue 1

    November 1993, Volume 34, Issue 3

    September 1993, Volume 34, Issue 2

    July 1993, Volume 34, Issue 1

    May 1993, Volume 33, Issue 3

    March 1993, Volume 33, Issue 2

    January 1993, Volume 33, Issue 1

    November 1992, Volume 32, Issue 3

    September 1992, Volume 32, Issue 2

    July 1992, Volume 32, Issue 1

    May 1992, Volume 31, Issue 3

    March 1992, Volume 31, Issue 2

    January 1992, Volume 31, Issue 1

    November 1991, Volume 30, Issue 3

    September 1991, Volume 30, Issue 2

    July 1991, Volume 30, Issue 1

    May 1991, Volume 29, Issue 3

    March 1991, Volume 29, Issue 2

    January 1991, Volume 29, Issue 1

    November 1990, Volume 28, Issue 3

    September 1990, Volume 28, Issue 2

    July 1990, Volume 28, Issue 1

    May 1990, Volume 27, Issue 3

    March 1990, Volume 27, Issue 2

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