Edward Ludwig Glaeser ()
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Chapters in this book:
- Introduction to "Agglomeration Economics" , pp 1-14
- Edward Ludwig Glaeser
- Estimating Agglomeration Economies with History, Geology, and Worker Effects , pp 15-66
- Pierre-Philippe Combes, Gilles Duranton, Laurent Gobillon and Sébastien Roux
- Dispersion in House Price and Income Growth across Markets: Facts and Theories , pp 67-104
- Joseph Gyourko, Christopher Mayer and Todd Sinai
- Cities as Six-by-Six-Mile Squares: Zipf’s Law? , pp 105-131
- Thomas J. Holmes and Sanghoon Lee
- Labor Pooling as a Source of Agglomeration: An Empirical Investigation , pp 133-150
- Henry G. Overman and Diego Puga
- Urbanization, Agglomeration, and Coagglomeration of Service Industries , pp 151-180
- Jed Kolko
- Who Benefits Whom in the Neighborhood? Demographics and Retail Product Geography , pp 181-209
- Joel Waldfogel
- Understanding Agglomerations in Health Care , pp 211-236
- Katherine Baicker and Amitabh Chandra
- The Agglomeration of U.S. Ethnic Inventors , pp 237-276
- William Kerr
- Small Establishments/Big Effects: Agglomeration, Industrial Organization and Entrepreneurship , pp 277-302
- Stuart S. Rosenthal and William C. Strange
- Did the Death of Distance Hurt Detroit and Help New York? , pp 303-337
- Edward Ludwig Glaeser and Giacomo A. M. Ponzetto
- New Evidence on Trends in the Cost of Urban Agglomeration , pp 339-354
- Matthew Kahn
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