Rodriguez, Daniel B.; Schleicher, David
April 2012
George Mason Law Review;Spring2012, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p637
Academic Journal
The article focuses on economies of agglomeration and the natural benefits of the integration of resident's location with business markets. It discusses the role of local government in the U.S. to encourage the development process by using policy tools and subsidies for creating mix of industrial, commercial and residential development. It informs about certain negotiations by private parties for efficiently producing and capturing of benefits in regulations break up of agglomerations.


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