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The Tiebout Hypothesis and Residential Income Segregation

Type

Book

Author(s)

Edwin Mills, Bruce Hamilton, David Puryear

Date Published

1975

Citations

Mills, Edwin, Bruce Hamilton, and David Puryear. 1975. The Tiebout Hypothesis and Residential Income Segregation. Lexington: D.C. Heath and Company: Fiscal Zoning and Land Use Controls, Edwin S. Mills and Wallace E. Oates, Editors, pp. 101-118.

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