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Homer Hoyt
Homer Hoyt (American economist)
Hoyt, Homer,
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Dates: 
1895-1984
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Badgley, L. Durward
Bloom, George F.
Conference on urban mortgage lending (1945 : New York university)
Fairfax County (Va.). Board of County Supervisors
Homer Hoyt Institute
National Retail Merchants Association
New Jersey. Department of Conservation and Economic Development. [from old catalog]
United States. Federal Housing Administration
University of Kansas, Economics
Urban Land Institute, Chicago
Weimer, Arthur Martin (1909-)
Titles: 
According to Hoyt : 50 years of Homer Hoyt : articles on law, real estate cycle, economic base sector theory, shoppingcenters, urban growth : 1916 to 1966.
Autobiography of Homer Hoyt (1895-1984), 2005:
changing principles of land economics. From horse and buggy to the nuclear age; fifteen 20th century revolutions that have changed land economics., The
Decentralization in New York city
Economic survey of the land uses of Fairfax County, Virginia, June 1954
economic survey of the State of New Jersey., An
efficiency of some industrial combinations in the United States, The
housing demand of workers in Manhattan; an income analysis of the workers in Manhattan to determine rent levels for new apartments in the lower east side and other New York areas, November 1938., The
location of additional retail stores in the United States in the last one-third of the twentieth century; a research monograph for National Retail Merchants Association., The
One hundred years of land values in Chicago.
People, profits, places
Prices of building materials
Prices of cement
Prices of quarry products ...
Principles of urban real estate
structure and growth of residential neighborhoods in American cities, The
Twelve lectures comprising the New York university Conference on urban mortgage lending, held in New York city in June, 1945, in cooperation with the Mortgage bankers association of America
Urban land use requirements, 1968-2000; the land area required for the future growth of the urban population in the United States.
Where the rich and the poor people live.
World urbanisation : expanding population in a shrinking world
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Thesis (M.A.)--University of Kansas, Economics, 1913
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