Suburban Land Conversion in the United States

An Economic and Governmental Process

By Marion Clawson

© 2011 – RFF Press

406 pages

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Hardback: 9781617260773
pub: 2011-01-19
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About the Book

This comprehensive study of land use on the suburban fringe analyzes the complex relationships that underlie land conversion in the United States. It contains a detailed examination of the northwestern urban complex; some nationwide projections for the future; and a list of measures that, singularly or together, may change the nature and results of the suburban land conversion process. Originally published in 1971

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RFF Urban and Regional Economics Set

The spatial dimensions of human activities have long-term implications for regional economies, environmental quality, and the future of natural areas. The six works in this important collection deal with intertwined issues of spatial development, economic growth, and the quality of life.

The RFF Library Collection brings back landmark books published by Resources for the Future throughout its nearly 60-year history as the pre-eminent research institution devoted exclusively to environmental issues. The Collection offers individuals and institutions the most classic and relevant literature across a range of environmental issues.

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
POLITICAL SCIENCE / Public Policy / Regional Planning