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Volume 6, Issue 1, September 2003

     

Editor's Introduction

9/11 and the Economic Prospects of Major U.S. Cities
By James H. Johnson, Jr. and John D. Kasarda

Moral Consequences of Institutional Structure
By Rodney F. Hiser

Traffic and Sprawl: Evidence from U.S. Commuting, 1985 To 1997
By Randall Crane and Daniel Chatman

TECHNICAL NOTE:
Prices and Location: A Geographical and Economic Analysis
By Walter Block

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