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On the evolution of the spatial distribution of employment in postwar United States
1997 by Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, Economic Research Division in Philadelphia .
Written in English
|Statement||Satyajit Chatterjee and Gerald Carlino.|
|Series||Economic research working paper series / Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, Economic Research Division -- no.97-26, Economic research working paper (Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, Economic Research Division) -- no.97-26.|
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