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Urban Institute

Location: Washington, District of Columbia (United States)
Homepage: http://www.urban.org/

Phone: (202) 833-7200
Fax: 202-463-8522
Postal: 2100 M Street, N.W., Washington, DC 20037
Handle: RePEc:edi:urbanus
Areas or Functions: Think Tanks, Labor and Demographic Economics, Regional and Urban Economics, Real Estate

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  1. Bhati, Avinash Singh
  2. Braga, Breno
  3. Buckley, Robert Michael
  4. Butrica, Barbara
  5. Cosic, Damir
  6. Favreault, Melissa M.
  7. Garrett, A. Bowen
  8. Haaga, Owen G.
  9. Johnson, Richard W.
  10. Kuehn, Daniel Peter
  11. Lerman, Robert I.
  12. MacDonald, Graham
  13. McClelland, Robert
  14. Nichols, Austin
  15. Rueben, Kim
  16. Schwabish, Jonathan
  17. Shi, Lan
  18. Smith, Karen Elizabeth
  19. Soto, Mauricio
  20. Spillman, Brenda C.
  21. Steuerle, C. Eugene
  22. Teles, Daniel C.
  23. Toder, Eric
  24. Waidmann, Timothy Aaron
  25. Xu, Zeyu
  26. Zedlewski, Sheila Rafferty ?


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