ExcerptIn a call for papers, for the special issue to be devoted to “Urban Economy” late in 2015, that the Economies editors issued recently, I noted the increased attention that has been given to urban economies during the past quarter century. This is concomitant with the increased importance and role in policy that cities have attained. This is, in part, due to the diminished capacity of national and sub-national governments to find the funds needed for urban projects and services, and in part to the understanding that cities are the key to the economies and societies of most if not all nations.[...] View Full-Text
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Kresl, P.K. Urban Economy. Economies 2014, 2, 218-219.
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Kresl, Peter K. 2014. "Urban Economy." Economies 2, no. 4: 218-219.