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Within a broad definition of Sydney's rural-urban fringe this paper analyses population growth over the past twenty years, with a more detailed examination of population trends and characteristics from 1991-1996.
This Paper focuses on over-clearing and subsequent degradation of the land as the major threats to biodiversity and agricultural productivity. The example of a major wave of bird extinctions, which is now occurring in Australia's temperate agricultural zone, is used to illustrate the problem. Declines...
This report examines the implications of full retail competition in a dereguated electricity market, suggesting that there will be redlining or market exclusion of vulnerable households.
Redlining has been well documented in the insurance and credit industries in the United States, and is now...
Tax arbitrage opportunities in rental housing markets arise when high bracket taxpayers exploit the tax shelter and conversion features of the tax treatment of rental housing and as a consequence offer low bracket taxpayers rental housing at a cost lower than if they purchased the...
The Value of Urban Design represents a ground-breaking attempt to pin down the economic, social and environmental value of good urban design.