Urban and Regional Planning 665:

Economics for a Productive City (3.0 units)

Basic concepts of urban and land economics with an emphasis on how planning and development are shaped by the metropolitan economic context; how key theoretical elements inform planning and development questions.
  • Restriction: Registration open to the following school(s): Sol Price School of Public Policy
51556D919Lecture5:30-6:45pmTuesday12 of 25Ralph MclaughlinONLINEnotesession dates
51557D919Lecture5:30-6:45pmWednesday14 of 25Marlon BoarnetONLINEnotesession dates
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