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Urban Economics (21:220:353): Home

This guide is designed for the Newark Urban Economics course.

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Dear Student,

Welcome to this guide on urban economics.  T

You will quickly discover that economic issues can be interdisciplinary, reaching out into history, geography, engineering, education, political science, and many other areas of study.  This guide should lead you to most of the information you need for the course.  If there is something missing, please let me know.

Best regards,

Roberta Tipton


Roberta Tipton

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Roberta L. Tipton
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