Analyzing Neighborhood Retail and Service Change in Six Cities
Koebel, C. Theodore
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Based on data from six U.S. cities, this report examines the relationships between changes in neighborhood retail and service establishments and independent variables measuring: demand from within the neighborhood; presence of negative externalities (e.g. public and other assisted housing, poverty, high school drop-outs, and population loss); and, discrimination due to race, household composition, or age of housing.