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Miles M Finney

Abstract

This paper estimates the effect variation in air quality had on neighborhood population growth in Los Angeles during the 1950s and 1960s, a period the area experienced severe ozone problems. Regression results indicate that environmental effects substantially redistributed population spatially. Little evidence is found, however, that the demographic effects persist.

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