The Impact of Urban Sprawl on Disaster Relief Spending: An Exploratory Study

@inproceedings{Lambert2013TheIO,
  title={The Impact of Urban Sprawl on Disaster Relief Spending: An Exploratory Study},
  author={Thomas E. Lambert and James Catchen and Victoria Vogelgesang},
  year={2013}
}
Students of public policy have written a lot over the years about the rise of suburbia and development beyond older city boundaries in the United States, whether such development has been called urban, suburban, or ex-urban sprawl. Many writers have focused on various issues concerning sprawl, especially on the unintended consequences that new development has had on (among other issues) municipal finances, neighborhood income and residential segregation, and transportation planning. Over the… Expand
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