Economic dimensions of major metropolitan areas; population, housing, employment, and income. by Juan De Torres

Cover of: Economic dimensions of major metropolitan areas; population, housing, employment, and income. | Juan De Torres

Published by National Industrial Conference Board in [New York .

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  • United States.

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  • Metropolitan areas -- United States.

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SeriesNational Industrial Conference Board. Technical paper no. 18, Technical paper (National Industrial Conference Board),, no. 18.
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LC ClassificationsHB31 .N34 no. 18
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Paginationiv, 52 p.
Number of Pages52
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Open LibraryOL5599876M
LC Control Number68006087

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