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Throughout the US there is an increasing debate about the nature of urban development, including such aspects as suburban sprawl and continuing central city poverty. This debate is driven by a range of motivations, including concerns about the effect of growth on the environment, quality of life, government ef ciency, economic competitiveness, and equity. Several metropolitan areas have developed new governmental and scal structures or land use policies to address problems caused by growth, ordoi:10.1080/09654310120057322 fatcat:tvdlwvecivhb5pnupossxxv3ea