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Authors: GOTTLIEB PD
Citation: Pd. Gottlieb, RESIDENTIAL AMENITIES, FIRM LOCATION AND ECONOMIC-DEVELOPMENT, Urban studies, 32(9), 1995, pp. 1413-1436

Authors: RENAUD B
Citation: B. Renaud, THE REAL-ESTATE ECONOMY AND THE DESIGN OF RUSSIAN HOUSING REFORMS .2., Urban studies, 32(9), 1995, pp. 1437-1451

Authors: TAYLOR BD ONG PM
Citation: Bd. Taylor et Pm. Ong, SPATIAL MISMATCH OR AUTOMOBILE MISMATCH - AN EXAMINATION OF RACE, RESIDENCE AND COMMUTING IN US METROPOLITAN-AREAS, Urban studies, 32(9), 1995, pp. 1453-1473

Authors: DONATOS G
Citation: G. Donatos, A QUANTITATIVE-ANALYSIS OF INVESTMENT IN NEW HOUSING IN GREECE, Urban studies, 32(9), 1995, pp. 1475-1487

Authors: CLARK E
Citation: E. Clark, THE RENT GAP REEXAMINED, Urban studies, 32(9), 1995, pp. 1489-1503

Authors: PASHA HA
Citation: Ha. Pasha, COMPARATIVE STATICS ANALYSIS OF URBAN LAND VALUES IN THE PRESENCE OF GOVERNMENT-REGULATION, Urban studies, 32(9), 1995, pp. 1505-1515

Authors: NORTH D SMALLBONE D
Citation: D. North et D. Smallbone, THE EMPLOYMENT GENERATION POTENTIAL OF MATURE SMES IN DIFFERENT GEOGRAPHICAL ENVIRONMENTS, Urban studies, 32(9), 1995, pp. 1517-1536

Authors: ALPEROVICH G
Citation: G. Alperovich, THE EFFECTIVENESS OF SPLINE URBAN DENSITY-FUNCTIONS - AN EMPIRICAL-INVESTIGATION, Urban studies, 32(9), 1995, pp. 1537-1548

Authors: MCCANN P
Citation: P. Mccann, JOURNEY AND TRANSACTIONS FREQUENCY - AN ALTERNATIVE EXPLANATION OF RENT-GRADIENT CONVEXITY, Urban studies, 32(9), 1995, pp. 1549-1556

Authors: BOGNAR HH GAPPERT G
Citation: Hh. Bognar et G. Gappert, METROPOLIS - CENTER AND SYMBOL OF OUR TIME - KASINITZ,P, Urban studies, 32(9), 1995, pp. 1557-1559

Authors: LAWLESS P
Citation: P. Lawless, REINVENTING A REGION - RESTRUCTURING IN WEST-YORKSHIRE - HAUGHTON,G, WHITNEY,D, Urban studies, 32(9), 1995, pp. 1559-1561

Authors: PECK F
Citation: F. Peck, SMALL FIRMS IN URBAN AND RURAL LOCATIONS - CURRAN,J, STOREY,D, Urban studies, 32(9), 1995, pp. 1561-1562

Authors: ROSS C
Citation: C. Ross, LOCAL-GOVERNMENT IN EASTERN-EUROPE - COULSON,A, Urban studies, 32(9), 1995, pp. 1562-1563

Authors: WRIGLEY N
Citation: N. Wrigley, THE RETAIL DEVELOPMENT PROCESS - LOCATION, PROPERTY AND PLANNING - GUY,C, Urban studies, 32(9), 1995, pp. 1563-1565

Authors: LOWE MS
Citation: Ms. Lowe, WOMEN AND PLANNING - CREATING GENDERED REALITIES - GREED,CH, Urban studies, 32(9), 1995, pp. 1565-1565

Authors: MADIGAN R
Citation: R. Madigan, GENDER IN URBAN RESEARCH - GARBER,JA, TURNER,RS, Urban studies, 32(9), 1995, pp. 1565-1567

Authors: TAYLOR I
Citation: I. Taylor, FEAR OF CRIME - INTERPRETING VICTIMIZATION RISK - FERRARO,KF, Urban studies, 32(9), 1995, pp. 1567-1568

Authors: RENAUD B
Citation: B. Renaud, REAL-ESTATE ECONOMY AND THE DESIGN OF RUSSIAN HOUSING REFORMS .1., Urban studies, 32(8), 1995, pp. 1247-1264

Authors: MCCRONE G
Citation: G. Mccrone, SCOTTISH HOUSING IN A EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE, Urban studies, 32(8), 1995, pp. 1265-1278

Authors: RICHER J
Citation: J. Richer, URBAN CONGESTION AND DEVELOPER PRECOMMITMENTS - UNILATERAL SOLUTIONS TO DYNAMIC INCONSISTENCY, Urban studies, 32(8), 1995, pp. 1279-1291

Authors: PATTIE C DORLING D JOHNSTON R
Citation: C. Pattie et al., A DEBT-OWING DEMOCRACY - THE POLITICAL IMPACT OF HOUSING-MARKET RECESSION AT THE BRITISH GENERAL-ELECTION OF 1992, Urban studies, 32(8), 1995, pp. 1293-1315

Authors: PARR JB
Citation: Jb. Parr, ALTERNATIVE APPROACHES TO MARKET-AREA STRUCTURE IN THE URBAN SYSTEM, Urban studies, 32(8), 1995, pp. 1317-1329

Authors: OLMO JC
Citation: Jc. Olmo, SPATIAL ESTIMATION OF HOUSING PRICES AND LOCATIONAL RENTS, Urban studies, 32(8), 1995, pp. 1331-1344

Authors: MYERS GA
Citation: Ga. Myers, A STUPENDOUS HAMMER - COLONIAL AND POSTCOLONIAL RECONSTRUCTIONS OF ZANZIBAR OTHER SIDE, Urban studies, 32(8), 1995, pp. 1345-1359

Authors: EMMI PC MAGNUSSON L
Citation: Pc. Emmi et L. Magnusson, FURTHER EVIDENCE ON THE ACCURACY OF RESIDENTIAL VACANCY CHAIN MODELS, Urban studies, 32(8), 1995, pp. 1361-1367
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