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Migration and Urban Change

  • Lester B. Lave
  • Judith R. Lave
  • Eugene P. Seskin
Part of the International Economic Association Series book series (IEA)

Abstract

American cities continue to grow, but many are getting poorer fiscally and some face bankruptcy. People continue to migrate to urban areas, but many observers agree that the quality of life in major cities has been declining during the last decade. The problems of crime, housing, ghettoised blacks, declining tax bases, nonresident workers, education, and transportation have occupied many politicians, journalists and urban researchers.

Keywords

Central City Migration Rate Crime Rate Desire Family Size Urban Change 
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© International Economic Association 1974

Authors and Affiliations

  • Lester B. Lave
  • Judith R. Lave
  • Eugene P. Seskin

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