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Prof. Paul Romer argues good cities are built from good rules

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Excerpt from ArtInfo.com -- "A good city, according to Romer, is built not on street layouts, transit designs, and housing projects, but on good rules. Rules are what predicate Romer's contentious 'charter city' concept, which instructs countries to graft new cities onto unused land and govern them with imported 'charters.'"

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