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Anatomy of a Metropolis

The Changing Distribution of People and Jobs within the New York Metropolitan Region

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$65.00 • £54.95 • €60.00

ISBN 9780674498617

Publication Date: 01/01/1959

345 pages

16 charts, 2 maps, 66 tables

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  • Part I
    • 1. Cities and Suburbs
  • Part II: The Jobs
    • 2. Locational Pressures on Manufacturing
    • 3. The Special Manufacturing Industries
    • 4. The White-Collar Corps
    • 5. The Pursuit of Consumers
  • Part III: The People
    • 6. Spacious Living vs. Easy Access
    • 7. Who Lives Where and Why
    • 8. Spread of the People
  • Part IV
    • 9. The Jobs, the People, and the Future
  • Appendices
    • A. Employment Estimates
    • B. Population Estimates
    • C. Factory Construction Costs
    • D. Variability in Construction Costs
    • E. Cost of Constructing a Loft Building
    • F. Computation of Tax Levels
    • G. Lists of Special Industries
    • H. Comparative Cost of Office Space
    • I. Employment Equations in Consumer Trade
    • J. Land-Use Measurements
    • Κ. Journey-to-Work Survey
    • L. Indices of Occupational Specialization
    • M. Relative Income Levels of Communities
  • Notes
  • Index

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