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Relationship between Center City Density and Urban Growth or Decline
Kyle Fee (au); Daniel Hartley (au)
This study contrast the spatial patterns of population density and other demographic changes in growing versus shrinking Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) from 1980 to 2010. The authors find that, on average, shrinking MSAs show the steepest drop in population density near the Central Business District (CBD). Motivated by this fact, they explore the connection between changes in population density at the core of the MSA and MSA productivity. They find that changes in near-CBD population density are positively associated with per capita income growth at the MSA-level. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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