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The geometry of cities (reference request)

If you want a highbrow mathematical economics take on the topic, you can take a look at the 1977 book "The Economics of Space and Time" by Arnold M. Faden. You can find a review of the book ...
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The geometry of cities (reference request)

Try Urban Economics by Arthur O'Sullivan, it covers a large number of location-related topics and the pricing of land. There are also spatial equilibrium models that find the locations of firms, but ...
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The geometry of cities (reference request)

Most organic population center growth is due to maximization of utility on an individual scale under imperfect information. The confounding factors to such growth generally center around taxation (...
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