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Urban Economics (ECON723)

Course description

This course presents a topical introduction to urban and regional economics. Students will learn various fundamental models/tools used in urban and regional economics, including monocentric city model, core-periphery new economic geography models, spatial competition models, and type-of-cities model. We will then study various topics/issues in the recent literature of urban and regional economics, including inner structure of cities, system of cities, city size distribution, the roles of spat...


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Graded, 0.5 Credit Units

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