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Earth Sciences
  • Author:
    Mattei Dogan,John Kasarda
  • ISBN:
    0803926022
  • ISBN13:
    978-0803926028
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  • Publisher:
    SAGE Publications, Inc (February 1, 1988)
  • Pages:
    400 pages
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    Earth Sciences
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A World of Giant Cities book. The Metropolis Era, a two volume set, focuses on the social, economic, political and technological determinants of growth and change in the great cities of the world

A World of Giant Cities book. The Metropolis Era, a two volume set, focuses on the social, economic, political and technological determinants of growth and change in the great cities of the world. Volume One examines the paradoxical phenomenon of explosive growth of giant cities in the Third World - and the steady deconcentration of population in more developed countries.

In a two-volume series, Mattei Dogan and John D. Kasarda have presented what surely is the most representative and scholarly collection of articles on world urbanization. -Future Survey "In terms of facts and ideas per dollar, these volumes are a bargain.

Authors who publish with this journal agree to the following terms: The contributor(s) (authors) warrant that the entire work is original and unpublished; it is submitted only to this Journal and all text, data, figures/tables or other illustrations included in this work are completely original and unpublished, and these have not been previously published or submitted elsewhere in any form or media whatsoever.

Mattei Dogan, John Kasarda. A World of Giant Cities looks at cities in the United States, Europe, China, India, South East Asia and Africa.

The Metropolis Era, a two volume set, focuses on the social, economic, political and technological determinants of growth and change in the great cities of the world.

Mattei Dogan, John D. Kasarda.

Volume 2: Mega-Cities. Joyce Ellis, John Walton and Anthony Sutcliffe (a1). University of Leicester. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 09 February 2009.

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The Metropolis Era, a two volume set, focuses on the social, economic, political and technological determinants of growth and change in the great cities of the world. Volume One examines the paradoxical phenomenon of explosive growth of giant cities in the Third World - and the steady deconcentration of population in more developed countries. A World of Giant Cities looks at cities in the United States, Europe, China, India, South East Asia and Africa.