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From the Publisher"This edition succeeds...in ways very few other attempts have achieved. Concepts are applied, models explained, principles are richly explicated, and themes are well developed, all in a fashion that really draws economic theory and literature into their regional and community contexts. Even those with only a cursory exposure to the economic theory of local development will find sections of the book highly readable and extremely useful."
"Not unlike the original edition, Community Economics will find a place in the classroom...for it is, simply put, as good grounding in economic theory placed in a practical context as any I have read."
Mark B. Lapping, University of Southern Maine in Journal of Regional Science, Vol. 46, No.4, 2006