The puzzling persistence of place
Business Review, 2015, issue Q2, 1-8
Jeffrey Lin explores the remarkable persistence of urban development patterns over decades, centuries, or even millennia. Is such extreme persistence desirable? What does it imply about today's "place-making" policies?
Keywords: Geographic distribution; Persistence (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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