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2012
Baumer, Eric P.,  Rosenfeld, Richard,  Wolff, Kevin T. Expanding the scope of research on recent crime trends. NCJ 240204, .
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2012
Chatterjee, Boishampayan . Did suburbanization cause residential segregation? Evidence from U.S. metropolitan areas. .
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2010
Hooks, Gregory,  McQueen, Brian . American exceptionalism revisited: The military-industrial complex, racial tension, and the underdeveloped welfare state. American Sociological Review. 75, (2), 185-204.
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2008
Ezzati, Majid, Friedman, Ari B., Kulkarni, Sandeep C.,  Murray, Christopher J. L. . The Reversal of Fortunes: Trends in County Mortality and Cross-County Mortality Disparities in the United States. PLoS Medicine. 5, (4), e66
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2007
Rappaport, Jordan . Moving to nice weather. Regional Science and Urban Economics. 37, 375-398.
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2005
Gutmann, Myron P.,  Deane, Glenn,  Lauster, Nathan,  Peri, Andres . Two population-environment regimes in the Great Plains of the United States, 1930-1990. Population and Environment. 27, (2), 191-225.
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2005
Boustan, Leah P. Inside the Black Box of 'White Flight': The Role of Suburban Political Autonomy and Public Goods. Faculty Discussion Group on Political Economy. .
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2004
Thomasson, Melissa A. From Home to Hospital: The Evolution of Childbirth in the United States, 1927-1940. NBER Working Paper Series. 10873, Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research.
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2003
Rappaport, Jordan . U.S. Urban Decline and Growth, 1950 to 2000. Economic Review - Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. 88, (3), 15-43.
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2003
Campbell, David E.,  Monson, J. Quin . Following the Leader? Mormon Voting on Ballot Propositions. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion. 42, (4), 605-619.
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2001
Stucky, Thomas D. An Institutional Resources Perspective on Crime and Crime Control in U.S. Cities. Dissertation, University of Iowa.
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1999
Granger, Maury D.,  Blomquist, Glenn C. Evaluating the Influence of Amenities on the Location of Manufacturing Establishments in Urban Areas. Urban Studies. 36, (11), 1859-1873.
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1999
Morgan, David R.,  Mareschal, Patrice . Central-City/Suburban Inequality and Metropolitan Political Fragmentation. Urban Affairs Review. 34, (4), 578-595.
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1999
Gutmann, Myron P.,  Pullum, Sara M. From local to national political cultures: Social capital and civic organization in the Great Plains. Journal of Interdisciplinary History. 24, (4), 725-762.
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1998
Chambers, Jay G. Geographic Variations in Public Schools' Costs. NCES 98-04, Washington, DC: United States Department of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement.
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1998
Chay, Kenneth Y.,  Greenstone, Michael . Does Air Quality Matter? Evidence from the Housing Market. NBER Working Paper Series. 6826, Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research.
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1997
Bridges, Amy . Textbook Municipal Reform. Urban Affairs Review. 33, (1), 97-199.
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1997
Cready, Cynthia,  Fossett, Mark A.,  Kiecolt, K. Jill . Mate availability and African American family structure in the U.S. nonmetropolitan South, 1960-1990. Journal of Marriage and Family. 59, (1), 192-203.
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1997
Nelson, Michael A. Municipal government approaches to service delivery: An analysis from a transactions cost perspectives. Economic Inquiry. 35, (1), 82-96.
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1996
Clingermayer, James C. Quasi-Judicial Decision Making and Exclusionary Zoning. Urban Affairs Review. 31, (4), 544-553.
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1996
Coulton, Claudia J.,  Chow, Julian,  Wang, Edward C.,  Su, Marilyn . Geographic Concentration of Affluence and Poverty in 100 Metropolitan Areas, 1990. Urban Affairs Review. 32, (2), 186-216.
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1996
Dubin, Jeffrey A.,  Kalsow, Gretchen A. Comparing absentee and precinct voters: A view over time. Political Behavior. 18, (4), 369-392.
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1996
Glaeser, Edward L.,  Sacerdote, Bruce,  Scheinkman, Jose . Crime and Social Interactions. Quarterly Journal of Economics. 111, (2), 507-548.
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1996
Ottensmann, John R. The New Central Cities: Implications of the New Definition of the Metropolitan Area. Urban Affairs Review. 31, (5), 681-691.
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1995
Baldassare, Mark,  Wilson, Georjeanna . More Trouble in Paradise: Urbanization and the Decline in Suburban Quality-of-Life Ratings. Urban Affairs Review. 30, (5), 690-708.
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