Job location and the dispersal of office and retail activity in metropolitan areas
The location of economic activity exerts a fundamental influence on the spatial structure and the operation of the modern city. In recent decades, dispersal of this activity has been marked, and has been an important component of the continuing spread of the metropolitan areas. But intense activity concentrations remain in city centres, and in many large cities massive building booms have offset the decline of other activities.
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