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Planning and Markets is devoted to the study of planned interventions versus market approaches. Our Editorial Board welcomes contributions on both sides of this issue.

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Volume 5, Issue 1, September 2002


Editor's Introduction

Unplanned Telecom Corridor Markets: The Marketization Of Fiber Optic Easements By Deregulated Network Industries
by Wayne C. Lusvardi and Charles B. Warren

Homesteading City Streets: An Exercise In Managerial Theory
by Walter Block, Loyola University New Orleans

The Fiscal Impacts of Rural Residential Development: An Econometric Analysis Of The Cost Of Community Services
by Roger H. Coupal, Donald M. McLeod, and David T. Taylor, University of Wyoming

Information Structures Exploration As Planning For A Unitary Organization
by Shih-Kung Lai, National Taipei University

Market-Oriented Land-Use Planning: A Conceptual Note
by Hans Lind, Royal Institute of Technology

 Fiber Optics

Fiber Optics

Fiber Optics


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