City Bound: How States Stifle Urban Innovation
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Cornell University Press, 2011.
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9780801458224
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Gerald E. Frug., Gerald E. Frug|AUTHOR., & David J. Barron|AUTHOR. (2011). City Bound: How States Stifle Urban Innovation . Cornell University Press.

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Gerald E. Frug, Gerald E. Frug|AUTHOR and David J. Barron|AUTHOR. 2011. City Bound: How States Stifle Urban Innovation. Cornell University Press.

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Gerald E. Frug, Gerald E. Frug|AUTHOR and David J. Barron|AUTHOR. City Bound: How States Stifle Urban Innovation Cornell University Press, 2011.

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