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2018-2019 Catalogue 
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ECON 26100 - Urban Economics

Course Credit: 1
URBAN ECONOMICS An analysis of economic activity in the spatial context of urban areas from the perspective of inefficient resource allocation resulting from externalities; theories of industrial location, land use, housing markets; application of models to urban problems of growth, land use, slums, ghettos, transportation, pollution, and local government, etc., with consideration of alternative policy options. Prerequisite(s): ECON-10100 Annually. Spring. [HSS]