|Statement||Edited by Mark Perlman, Charles J. [i.e. L.] Leven [and] Benjamin Chinitz.|
|Contributions||Hoover, Edgar Malone, 1907-, Perlman, Mark., Leven, Charles L., 1928-, Chinitz, Benjamin.|
|LC Classifications||HB34 .S65|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 399 p.|
|Number of Pages||399|
|LC Control Number||71185485|
Spatial, Regional and Population Economics book. Spatial, Regional and Population Economics. DOI link for Spatial, Regional and Population Economics. Spatial, Regional and Population Economics book. Essays in honor of Edgar M Hoover. Edited By Mark Perlman, Charles J. Leven, Benjamin : Edgar Malone Hoover, Mark Perlman, Charles L. Leven, Benjamin Chinitz. Originally published in Hoover’s first publication, his doctoral dissertation, set the stage for a life-long preoccupation with spatial economics from when it was a relatively new field. His work developed the subject and lead him into the area of regional economics, in which he became well known for his contributions to the New York Metropolitan Region Study. In this book his. Genre/Form: Hoover, Edgar M: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Spatial, regional, and population economics. New York, Gordon and Breach . 9. Externalities and Urban Decision-Making Policy Location Games: Some Applications of Location Theory to Political Decision-Making; Population Policy, Welfare, and Regional Development; Regional and Interregional Input-Output Models: A Reappraisal; On Health, Population Change, and Economic Development;
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