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Volume 3, Issue 1, September 2000

     

Editor's Introduction

Greenbacks Über Gridlock: REACH Task Force Shows L.A. How to Save Billions in Smog and Congestion Costs
by Ward Elliott, Claremont McKenna College

Fire Safety Regulation in Northeastern Santiago, Chile
by John M. Cobin, Universidad Francisco Marroquin

The Impact of Land Capitalization on the Incentive Effects and Potential Use of Enterprise Zones
by James R. Landers, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville

Market-Based Transportation Alternatives For Los Angeles
by James E. Moore II, University of Southern California, Thomas A. Rubin, and Shin Lee, University of Southern California

TECHNICAL NOTE
Planning by Markets
by Jeffery J. Smith, The Geonomy Society

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