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City-size Distribution and the Size of Urban Systems

Bibliographic reference Thomas, Isabelle. City-size Distribution and the Size of Urban Systems. In: Environment and Planning A : international journal of urban and regional research, Vol. 17, no. 7, p. 905-913 (1985)
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