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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 51, Number 2, May 2011

CENTRAL CITIES AND SUBURBS: ECONOMIC RIVALS OR ALLIES?
pp. 231-252(22)
Author: Hollar, Michael K.

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WHY ARE SMART CITIES GROWING? WHO MOVES AND WHO STAYS
pp. 253-270(18)
Author: Winters, John V.

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A SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS MODEL OF FISCAL POLICY INTERACTIONS
pp. 271-291(21)
Authors: Allers, Maarten A.; Elhorst, J. Paul

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ON PITCHFORKS AND TOMAHAWKS*
pp. 292-298(7)
Authors: Pflüger, Michael; Südekum, Jens

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LAND AND URBAN ECONOMIC GROWTH IN CHINA*
pp. 299-317(19)
Authors: Ding, Chengri; Lichtenberg, Erik

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LOCAL INPUT AND PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH IN U.S. MANUFACTURING: 1972–2002
pp. 339-354(16)
Authors: Hammond, George W.; Thompson, Eric C.

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SEQUENTIAL SALES OF SIMILAR ASSETS: THE LAW OF ONE PRICE AND REAL ESTATE
pp. 355-370(16)
Authors: Munneke, Henry; Ooi, Joseph T.L.; Sirmans, C.F.; Turnbull, Geoffrey K.

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BOOKS RECEIVED—MAY 2011
pp. 424-425(2)

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