Re: poly: Cities aren't changing much?

From: Robin Hanson <>
Date: Fri Oct 09 1998 - 08:56:13 PDT

><< This paper organizes a discussion of the costs and benefits of cities
> around the question: Are cities becoming obsolete? >>
>What exactly does he mean by "city"? Old-style inner cities have done
>poorly of late, but metropolitan areas grow increasingly dominant.

I don't know; I haven't read the article.

The article after it looks interesting too, so maybe I'll find that issue.

                            Urban Agglomeration

John M.Quigley,"Urban Diversity and Economic Growth"...Pages 127-138

Edward L. Glaeser,"Are Cities Dying?"...Pages 139-160

Paul Krugman,"Space:The Final Frontier"...Pages 161-174

Robin Hanson
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Received on Fri Oct 9 15:48:11 1998

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