Keys to the City: How Economics, Institutions, Social Interaction, and Politics Shape Development

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"[T]his work makes rich use of the literature and offers a strong point of view that distinguishes among opposing theories and seemingly irreconcilable research. This is an intelligent, important book." --Choice

"[A]ll readers will find the book fascinating in its breadth and its ambition to popularize important questions about urban development." --Yannis M. Ioannides, Journal of Economic Literature

"The first thing to say is that this is a superb book. Breathtaking in scope, specific in detail, provocative in argument, wide ranging in evidence gathering, and built on a carefully crafted logic." --Philip McCann, Journal of Regional Science

" Keys to the City is an output that does justice to the amassed wisdom of a lively and well respected economic geographer who moves past disciplinary parochialism. The book does not shy away from complexity and covers a wide terrain, while expression is clear and considered throughout." --David Waite, Urban Studies

"Though he writes as an economic geographer, his answers cover a wide variety of academic disciplines, ranging across geography, economics, political science, and sociology. It is a demanding book. But it is also a book that anyone who is seriously interested in cities and regions must read." --Anthony M. Orum, American Journal of Sociology

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"[T]his work makes rich use of the literature and offers a strong point of view that distinguishes among opposing theories and seemingly irreconcilable research. This is an intelligent, important book."--Choice

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