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An Introduction to Regional Economics

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An Introduction to Regional Economics
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Publisher: West Virginia University
ISBN/ASIN: 0394334132
Number of pages: 444

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This book is designed primarily to serve as a college text for the student's first course in regional economics, at either the upperclass or the graduate level and running for either one or two terms. It presupposes no previous exposure to regional economics as such, nor anything beyond a minimal background in basic economics, nor any advanced mathematical expertise.

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