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The long-term impact of 9-11 on the New York City economy The Attack on the Work Trade Center: Economic and Fiscal Impacts on New York City,Prepared for the conference, held May 11, 2004 at the Russell Sage Foundation
State and Local Assets and Liabilities, 1972-1992. With Robert Inman
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