17.0 “The Impact of Expanding Metropolitan Communities upon the Central Place Hierarchy.” ANNALS OF THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN GEOGRAPHERS 50: 112-116. Prize-winning paper in AAG essay contest in connection with XIXth International Geographical Congress.
18.0 “An Inductive Approach to the Regionalization of Economic Development.” With N. Ginsburg and others, in ESSAYS ON GEOGRAPHY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. Research Paper No. 62, Department of Geography, University of Chicago, 78-107.
18.1 Part reprinted in PAPERS IN REGIONAL SCIENCE 6 (1960): 83-4.
18.2 Reprinted as Part VIII of ATLAS OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. Rest of book by Norton Ginsburg. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1961, 110-119.
18.3 Reprint edition: Books on Demand, University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, MI.
19.0 “The Quantitative Bogey-Man.” ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY Guest Editorial. 36:1.
19.1 Reprinted in WHY GEOGRAPHY HAS CHANGED. The Open University Press, 1973.
20.0 Readings in Urban Geography (H. M. Mayer and C. K. Kohn) in JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PLANNERS, 26: 148-9.
21.0 CENTRAL PLACE STUDIES: A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THEORY AND APPLICATIONS. With A. Pred. Regional Science Research Institute, Bibliography Series No. 1.
21.1 Reprinted (with supplement through 1964) in 1965.
21.2 Introduction reprinted in R. H. T. Smith, E. N. Taaffe and L. J. King, READINGS IN ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY. THE LOCATION OF ECONOMIC ACTIVITY. Rand McNally and Co., 1968, 65-68.
21.3 Part reprinted in UNDERSTANDING SOCIETY. The Open University and Macmillan, 1970, 351-2.
22.0 “City Size Distributions and Economic Development.” ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND CULTURAL CHANGE 9: 573-588. Geography citation classic 1969-1989 – A.R. Bodman.
22.1 Reprinted in EKISTICS 13, 1962, 90-97.
22.2 Also in Bobbs-Merrill Reprint Series in the Social Sciences. No. S-340, 1964.
22.3 Reprinted in Spanish as “Distribucion de Tamaños Urbanos y Desarrollo Economico,”in DE ECONOMIA, No. 138, 1976, 463-482.
22.4 Reprinted in Roman Paddison, ed. URBAN STUDIES – ECONOMY. New Delhi: Sage Publications India, 2009.
23.0 “A Method for Deriving Multi-Factor Uniform Regions.” PRZEGLAD GEOGRAFICZNY 33: 263-282. Printer’s errata noted in PG 33: No. 2.
23.1 Polish translation in Bulletin of the Committee for Space Economy and Regional Planning. Warsaw, 1961.
23.2 Also in Bobbs-Merrill Reprint Series in the Social Sciences. No. G13, 1968.
23.3 Translated as “Eine Methode zur Buildung homogener Regionen mehrdimensionaler Definition.” In D. Bartels, ed., WIRTSCHAFTS UND SOZIALGEOGRAPHIE. Koln: Kiepenheuer und Witsch, 212-227.
24.0 “Associations between Expected Flood Damage and the Characteristics of Urban Flood Plains.” With W. Roder. In Gilbert F. White, ed., PAPERS ON FLOOD PROBLEMS. Research Paper No. 70, Department of Geography, University of Chicago, 46-61.
25.0 “Cities and Freeways.” With Wm. Garrison. LANDSCAPE 10: 20-23.
26.0 Methods of Regional Analysis (W. Isard, et al.) in THE GEOGRAPHICAL REVIEW 51: 593-4.
27.0 COMPARATIVE STUDIES OF CENTRAL PLACE SYSTEMS. Final report of project NR 389-126, NONR 2121-18. U.S. Department of the Navy: Office of Naval Research, Geography Branch. Available from the Defense Documentation Center.
28.0 SAMPLING, CODING AND STORING FLOOD PLAIN DATA. Agriculture Handbook 237. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office.
29.0 “Design and Preliminary Findings of the University of Chicago’s Studies of the Central Place Hierarchy.” With H. Mayer. In Knut Norborg, ed., PROCEEDINGS OF THE IGU SYMPOSIUM IN URBAN GEOGRAPHY. Lund Studies in Geography, Ser. B. Human Geography No. 24: 247-252.
30.0 “Some Relations of Urbanization and Basic Patterns of Economic Development” in Forrest R. Pitts, ed., URBAN SYSTEMS AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. Eugene: The School of Business Administration, University of Oregon, 1-15.
31.0 “Urban Growth and the Economic Development of Ashanti” in Pitts URBAN SYSTEMS AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. 57-64.
32.0 THE EXTERNAL RELATIONS OF CALCUTTA. With Wallace E. Reed. Report submitted to the Calcutta Metropolitan Planning Organization.
33.0 Statistical Geography (O.D. Duncan, et al.) in THE GEOGRAPHICAL REVIEW 52: 318-320.
34.0 Economic Areas of the United States (D. J. Bogue and C. L. Beale) in JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PLANNERS 28: 198-200.
35.0 British Towns (C.A. Moser and Wolf Scott) in ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY 38: 186-188.
36.0 Problems of Economic Region (K. Dziewonski, ed.) in ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY 38: 90-92.
37.0 Die Autogerechte Stadt (H.B. Reichow) in LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE.
38.0 COMMERCIAL STRUCTURE AND COMMERCIAL BLIGHT. Research Paper No. 85, Department of Geography, University of Chicago.
38.1 Parts reprinted in the FINAL REPORT OF THE CHICAGO RENEWAL PROGRAM, 1964; in the COMPREHENSIVE POLICIES PLAN FOR CHICAGO, 1963, and in GENERAL PLAN OF CHICAGO, 1966.
38.2 Parts reprinted in L. S. Bourne, ed., INTERNAL STRUCTURE OF THE CITY: READINGS ON SPACE AND ENVIRONMENT. Oxford University Press, 1971.
38.3 Part reprinted as “The Blight of Retail Nucleations” in Michael R. Greenberg, ed., READINGS IN URBAN ECONOMICS AND SPATIAL PATTERNS. Center for Urban Policy Research, Rutgers University, 1974.
38.4 Reprint edition: Books on Demand, University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, MI.
39.0 CHICAGO COMMERCIAL REFERENCE HANDBOOK. With R.J. Tennant. Research Paper No. 86, Department of Geography, University of Chicago.
39.1 Reprint edition: Books on Demand, University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, MI.
40.0 “Urban Population Densities: Structure and Change.” With J. Simmons and R. Tennant. THE GEOGRAPHICAL REVIEW 53: 389-405. Geography citation classic 1969-1989 – A.R. Bodman.
40.1 Reprinted in EKISTICS 16, 1963, 280-286.
40.2 Also in Bobbs-Merrill Reprint Series in the Social Sciences, No. G-14, 1968.
40.3 Reprinted in H. M. Rose, G. Demko and G. Schell, POPULATION GEOGRAPHY. McGraw-Hill, 1969, 181-193.
40.4 Reprinted in K. P. Schwirian, COMPARATIVE URBAN STRUCTURE. D.C. Heath & Co., 1974, 141-153.
40.5 German translation as “Städtische Bevölkerungsdichten: Struktur und Veränderung” in W. Kuls, ed., SONDERDRUCK AUS PROBLEME DER BEVOLKERUNGSGEOGRAPHIE. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1978: 122-149.
41.0 A BIBLIOGRAPHIC GUIDE TO THE ECONOMIC REGIONS OF THE UNITED STATES. With T.D. Hankins. Research Paper No. 87, Department of Geography, University of Chicago.
41.1 Discussion in GEOGRAPHIA POLONICA 4, 1964, 39-40.
41.2 Reprinted by Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut, 1975.
42.0 “Structural Components of Changing Transportation Networks.” Portion of a report submitted to the U.S. Army Transportation Command, Fort Eustis, Virginia, by the Transportation Center, Northwestern University, as part of its Transportation Geography Study, and available from the Defense Documentation Center.
43.0 “Status and Clique Formation in U.S. Geography,” GEOGRAPHY 1 (2).
44.0 “The Case of the Mistreated Model.” THE PROFESSIONAL GEOGRAPHER 16: 15-16.
45.0 “Retail Location and Consumer Behavior.” With H. Barnum and R. Tennant. PAPERS IN REGIONAL SCIENCE 9: 65-106.
45.1 Reprinted in R.H.T. Smith, E.N. Taaffe and L.J. King. READINGS IN ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY. THE LOCATION OF ECONOMIC ACTIVITY. Rand McNally and Co., 1968, 362-384.
45.2 Reprinted in P. Schöller SONDERDRUCK AUS ZENTRALITÄTSFORSCHUNG, Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1972, 331-381.
46.0 “Aggregate Relations and Elemental Components of Central Place Systems.” With H. Barnum. JOURNAL OF REGIONAL SCIENCE 4: 35-58.
46.1 Reprinted in R. H. T. Smith, E.N. Taaffe and L.J. King, READINGS IN ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY. THE LOCATION OF ECONOMIC ACTIVITY, Rand McNally and Co., 1968, 302-310.
47.0 “Cities as Systems Within Systems of Cities.” PAPERS IN REGIONAL SCIENCE 13: 147-164. Most cited 1964 paper in Regional Science. Geography citation classic 1969-1989 – A.R. Bodman.
47.1 Reprinted in J. R. P. Friedmann and W. Alonso, eds., REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING. The M. I. T. Press, 1965.
47.2 Reprinted in B. Secchi, ANALYSIS DE LAS ESTRUCTURAS TERRITORIALES. Edit Gastaro Gili s.a., 1968, 144-159.
47.3 Reprinted in W. H. Leahy, et al., URBAN ECONOMICS. The Free Press, 1971, 157-176.
47.4 Reprinted in LA CIUDAD COMO MODELO, Barcelona: Editorial Gustavo Gili s.a. Manuel de Sola-Morales, ed., 1971.
47.5 Reprinted in Wayne K. D. Davies, THE CONCEPTUAL REVOLUTION IN GEOGRAPHY. University of London Press, 1972, 312-330.
47.6 Reprinted in Portuguese in S. Faissol, ed., URBANIZAÇÃO E REGIONALIZAÇÃO, IBGE Rio de Janeiro as “Cidades como sistemas dentro de Sistemas de Cidades.” 1975.
47.7 Reprinted in Spanish as “Las ciudades como sistemas dentro de un sistema de ciudades” in DE ECONOMIA, No. 138, 1976, 439-462.
47.8 Reprinted in H. Priemus, K. Button and P. Nijkamp, eds. LAND USE PLANNING. Cheltenham UK, 2007.
47.9 Reprinted in C. Mulley ed., URBAN FORM AND TRANSPORT ACCESSIBILITY. London: Edw. Elgar Publ., 2013.
48.0 “Approaches to Regional Analysis: A Synthesis.” ANNALS OF THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN GEOGRAPHERS 54: 2-11. Geography citation classic 1969-1989 – A.R. Bodman.
48.1 Abstract appeared in ANNALS OF THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN GEOGRAPHERS 53 (1963): 578-579.
48.2 Reprinted in Polish as “Podejście do analizy regionalnej. Synteza” in PRZEGLAD ZAGRANICZNEJ LITERATURY GEOGRAFICZNEJ, 1967, 1: 41-63.
48.3 Reprinted in F. E. Dohrs and L. M. Sommers, eds., INTRODUCTION TO GEOGRAPHY. Thomas Y. Crowell Co, 1967, 39-52.
48.4 Also reprinted in Berry and Marble, SPATIAL ANALYSIS. Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1967.
48.5 Reprinted in R. P. Misra, ed., REGIONAL PLANNING: CONCEPTS, TECHNIQUES, POLICIES AND CASE STUDIES. University of Mysore, 1969, 236-250.
48.6 Reprinted in Wayne K. D. Davies, THE CONCEPTUAL REVOLUTION IN GEOGRAPHY, University of London Press, 1972, 240-254.
48.7 Reprinted in R.D. Dikshit, THE ART AND SCIENCE OF GEOGRAPHY. Prentice-Hall of India, 1994, 137-147.
49.0 “Geographic Ordering of Information: New Opportunities.” With W. Tobler and R. Morrill. THE PROFESSIONAL GEOGRAPHER 9: 39-44.
50.0 Regional Planning (V.L.S. Prakasa Rao) in APPLIED ECONOMIC PAPERS Vol. 4, 1964, 81-84.
51.0 THE SCIENCE OF GEOGRAPHY. With E. A. Ackerman and others. Washington, D.C.: Publication 1277. National Academy of Sciences – National Research Council.
52.0 METROPOLITAN PLANNING GUIDELINES: COMMERCIAL STRUCTURE. With R.J. Tennant. Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission.
52.1 Chapter I reprinted in House of Representatives Select Committee on Small Business, SMALL BUSINESS PROBLEMS IN URBAN AREAS. Government Printing Office, 1965, A184-194.
53.0 “Internal Structure of the City.” LAW AND CONTEMPORARY PROBLEMS 30: 111-119.
53.1 Republished in R. O. Everett and R. H. Leach, eds., URBAN PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS. Oceana Publications, 1965.
53.2 Reprinted in L. S. Bourne, ed., INTERNAL STRUCTURE OF THE CITY: READINGS ON SPACE AND ENVIRONMENT. Oxford University Press, 1971.
53.3 Reprinted in K. P. Schwirian, COMPARATIVE URBAN STRUCTURE. D.C. Heath & Co., 1974, 227-232.
54.0 “Identification of Declining Regions, An Empirical Study of the Dimensions of Rural Poverty.” With K. Cook and D. M. Ray. In Wood and R. Thomas, eds., AREAS OF ECONOMIC STRESS IN CANADA. Queen’s University, Kingston: Industrial Relations Centre, 22-70.
55.0 “Research Frontiers in Urban Geography.” In P. Hauser and L. Schnore, eds., THE STUDY OF URBANIZATION. J. Wiley. 402-430.
55.1 “Fronteiras de pesquisa de geografia urbana.” Portuguese translation in GEOGRAFIA URBANA, 23 pp.
56.0 “The Retail Component of the Urban Model.” JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PLANNERS 31: 150-155 (special issue on URBAN DEVELOPMENT MODELS: NEW TOOLS FOR PLANNING).
56.1 Reprinted in Edwin M. Rams, ANALYSIS AND VALUATION OF RETAIL LOCATIONS. Reston Publishing Co., 1976, 186-195.
57.0 “Conceptual Bases for Retail Models.” HIGHWAY RESEARCH BOARD CIRCULAR 12: 19-22.
58.0 SOCIO-ECONOMIC CORRELATES OF HOUSING CONDITIONS. With R. Murdie. Metropolitan Toronto Planning Board: Urban Renewal Study.
59.0 COMMODITY FLOWS IN INDIA. Report filed by Defense Technical Information Center. Accession Number AD0617350.
60.0 “Mathematical Models in Geography.” Paper presented at 1965 annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, and made available by the CLEARINGHOUSE FOR SOCIOLOGICAL LITERATURE. University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.
61.0 STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF STORE LOCATION DATA AND LOCATIONAL PROGRAMMING MODELS. Boston: Stop & Shop Inc.
62.0 Géographie Générale des Marchés (P. Claval) in ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY 41: 184-5.
63.0 ESSAYS ON COMMODITY FLOWS AND THE SPATIAL STRUCTURE OF THE INDIAN ECONOMY. Research Paper No. 111, Department of Geography, University of Chicago.
63.1 Pp. 129-215 reprinted in M.E. Eliot Hurst, TRANSPORTATION GEOGRAPHY. McGraw Hill, 1971.
63.2 Part reprinted in German translation in ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR WIRTSCHAFTS-GEOGRAPHIE 59 (1971) 82-100.
63.3 Reprint edition: Books on Demand, University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, MI.
64.0 “Multivariate Socio-economic Regionalization: A Pilot Study in Central Canada.” With D.M. Ray. In S. Ostry and T. Rymes, REGIONAL STATISTICAL STUDIES. University of Toronto Press, 75-122.
65.0 “Overview: Research Strategy for Regional Growth” in RESEARCH AND EDUCATION FOR REGIONAL AND AREA DEVELOPMENT. Author and editor with Wilbur Maki. Iowa State University Press, for the Iowa State University Center for Agricultural and Economic Development: 1-12.
66.0 “Reflections on the Functional Economic Areas” in RESEARCH AND EDUCATION FOR REGIONAL AND AREA DEVELOPMENT. Author and editor with Wilbur Maki. Iowa State University Press, for the Iowa State University Center for Agricultural and Economic Development: 56-64.
67.0 “By What Categories May A State Be Characterized?” Rev. of World Handbook of Political and Social Indicators (B.M. Russett) in ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND CULTURAL CHANGE 15: 91-3.
68.0 Locational Analysis in Human Geography (P. Haggett) in URBAN STUDIES 3: 161-3.
69.0 GEOGRAPHY OF MARKET CENTERS AND RETAIL DISTRIBUTION. Prentice-Hall, Inc. Second printing, 1969. Third and Fourth Printings, 1970. Fifth through Ninth Printings, 1971-1973. A geography ‘top twenty citation classic’ – Wrigley and Matthews, 1987. “One of 40 path-breaking books in Regional Science” – Waldorf, 2004.
69.1 Japanese language edition: KOURIGYO SABISUGYO NO CHIRIGAKU. ICHIBA SENTA TO KOURI-RYUTSU. Tokyo: Taimeido Publishing Co., 1970.
69.2 Spanish language edition: GEOGRAFIA DE LOS CENTROS DE MERCADO Y DISTRIBUTION AL POR MENOR. Barcelona: Editorial Vicens-Vives, 1972.
69.3 French language edition: GÉOGRAPHIE DES MARCHÉS ET DU COMMERCE DU DÉTAIL. Paris: Libraire Armand Colin, 1972.
69.4 This book was the subject in a special 25-year anniversary review symposium, with papers published in PROGRESS IN HUMAN GEOGRAPHY 16 (1992).
70.0 GOALS FOR URBAN AMERICA. Editor with Jack Meltzer. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, Inc.
71.0 STRATEGIES, MODELS AND ECONOMIC THEORIES OF DEVELOPMENT IN RURAL REGIONS. Agriculture Economic Report No. 127, Economic Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office.
71.1 Reprint edition: Books on Demand, University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, MI.
72.0 “Grouping and Regionalizing: An Approach to the Problem Using Multivariate Analysis” in W.L. Garrison and D.F. Marble, eds., QUANTITATIVE GEOGRAPHY. Northwestern Studies in Geography, 219-251.
73.0 “Rivers and Central Places: Analogous Systems.” With M. Woldenberg. JOURNAL OF REGIONAL SCIENCE 9: 129-140.
74.0 “The Mathematics of Economic Regionalization.” In M. Macka, ed., ECONOMIC REGIONALIZATION. Prague: Academia Publ. House, 77-106.
75.0 “Small Business Goals as Evaluation Tools for Alternative Transportation Plans.” With R. Tennant. In R. Thomas and J. Schofer, eds., STRATEGIES FOR THE EVALUATION OF ALTERNATIVE TRANSPORTATION PLANS. Transportation Center, Northwestern University.
76.0 THE WOODLAWN MODEL CITIES PLAN. With Jack Meltzer and others. Chicago: Center for Urban Studies, University of Chicago and The Woodlawn Organization.
77.0 Migration and the Spread and Growth of Urban Settlements (R.L. Morrill) in THE GEOGRAPHICAL REVIEW 57: 132-3.
78.0 Central Places in Southern Germany (W. Christaller, Transl. of C.W. Baskin) in ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY 43: 275-6.
79.0 Urbanization in Newly Developing Countries (G.W. Breese) in JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PLANNERS 33: 281-2.
80.0 Statistical Analysis for Areal Distributions (D.W. Neft) in THE GEOGRAPHICAL REVIEW 57: 578-9.
81.0 METROPOLITAN AREA DEFINITION: A RE-EVALUATION OF CONCEPT AND STATISTICAL PRACTICE. With Peter Goheen and Harold Goldstein. Washington, D.C.: Bureau of the Census, Working Paper 28.
This report was accompanied by four multicolor maps, 30×40 inches:
1. Commuting Fields of Central Cities
2. Commuting Fields of Central Counties
3. Functional Economic Areas of the United States
4. Consolidated Urban Regions of the United States
81.1 Reprinted in Ad Hoc Committee on Urban Growth, Committee on Banking and Currency, U.S. House of Representatives. HEARINGS: INDUSTRIAL LOCATION POLICY, 1970, Pt. 3: 341-396.
81.2 Reprinted in LS. Bourne, ed., INTERNAL STRUCTURE OF THE CITY: READINGS ON SPACE AND ENVIRONMENT. Oxford University Press, 1971.
82.0 THE IMPACT OF URBAN RENEWAL ON SMALL BUSINESS. With Sandra Parsons and Rutherford Platt. Center for Urban Studies, University of Chicago.
82.1 Key parts of this study had been released as a series of BACKGROUND PAPERS of the Small Business Relocation Study, Center for Urban Studies, University of Chicago, 1965-7, and some of these have been cited separately, e.g. “Comparative Mortality Experience of Small Business in Four Chicago Communities.” BACKGROUND PAPER No. 4, Nov. 1966.
82.2 Reprint edition: Books on Demand, University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, MI.
83.0 SPATIAL ANALYSIS. A READER IN STATISTICAL GEOGRAPHY. Editor with Duane Marble. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, Inc. A geography ‘top twenty citation classic’ – Wrigley and Matthews, 1987.
83.1 An unauthorized Russian translation was undertaken in Moscow in 1970.
84.0 “Interdependency of Spatial Structure and Spatial Behavior: A General Field Theory Formulation.” PAPERS IN REGIONAL SCIENCE 21: 205-227.
84.1 Reprinted as “Die wechselseitige Abhängigkeit zwischen Bewegungung im Raum und räumlichen Strukturen. Zur Grundlegung einer allgemeinen Feldtheorie.” GEOGRAPHISCHE ZEITSCHRIFT 59 (1971): 82-100.
84.2 Reprinted in Wayne K. D. Davies, THE CONCEPTUAL REVOLUTION IN GEOGRAPHY. London: University of London Press, 1972, 394-416.
84.3 Reprinted in M. E. Eliot Hurst, TRANSPORTATION GEOGRAPHY. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1975.
84.4 Reprinted as “Die wechselseitige Abhängigkeit von räumlicher Struktur und räumlichem Verhalten: Die Formulierung einer allgemeinen Feldtheorie” in Peter Sedlacek, SONDERDRUCK AUS REGIONALISIERUNGSVERFAHREN. Darmstadt: Wissenchaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1978, 157-189.
85.0 “Spatial Organization and Levels of Welfare: Degree of Metropolitan Labor Market Participation as a Variable in Economic Development.” Report to US Economic Development Administration.
85.1 Abstract in RESEARCH REVIEW. U.S. Department of Commerce, Economic Development Administration, June, 1968.
85.2 Part reprinted as “Labor Market Participation and Regional Potential.” GROWTH AND CHANGE 2, 1970, 3-10.
85.3 Also reprinted in part as “Urbanization and Regional Development in the United States,” GEOGRAPHIA POLONICA, 1972, 20: 5-32.
86.0 “Geographic Sampling.” With A. Baker. In Berry and Marble, SPATIAL ANALYSIS. Prentice-Hall, Inc., 91-100.
87.0 “Urban-Rural Duality in the Regional Structure of Andhra Pradesh: A Challenge to Regional Planning and Development.” With V.L.S. Prakasa Rao. GEOGRAPHISCHE ZEITSCHRIFT 21. Wiesbaden: Franz Steiner Verlag.
88.0 “Numerical Regionalization of Political-Economic Space,” pp. 27-35 of ECONOMIC REGIONALIZATION AND NUMERICAL METHODS. Special edition of GEOGRAPHIA POLONICA, Vol. 15, edited with A. Wróbel.
89.0 “Central Place.” With C.D. Harris. INTERNATIONAL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES 365-370.
90.0 “Central Place Theory” in C. Kornblau, ed., GUIDE TO STORE LOCATION RESEARCH. Addison-Wesley, 13-19.
91.0 “A Metropolitan Retailing Structure” in C. Kornblau, ed., GUIDE TO STORE LOCATION RESEARCH. Addison-Wesley, 111-116.
92.0 “Spatial Theories of Marketing Systems: Abstract and Operational” in Robt. L. King, ed., MARKETING AND THE SCIENCE OF PLANNING. American Marketing Association, 29-33.
93.0 “Case Studies of Commuting Fields and Metropolitan Definition: Connecticut,” THE STATE’S BIGGEST BUSINESS-LOCAL AND REGIONAL PROBLEMS. Connecticut Commission to Study the Necessity and Feasibility of Metropolitan Government, 210 ff (18 pp).
94.0 “The National Space-Economy and Urban Fields in Iowa’s Urban Future.” With Paul Schwind. In CITIES OF THE FUTURE. Proceedings of the 1967 Urban Policy Conference. Iowa City: Institute of Public Affairs, University of Iowa, 25-55.
95.0 “Generalization of the Metropolitan Area Concept” in PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIAL STATISTICS SECTION OF THE AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION. 1967, 86-91.
96.0 “Statistical Geography,” INTERNATIONAL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES 145-151.
96.1 Reprinted in W. Kruskal and J. Tanur, eds., INTERNATIONAL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF STATISTICS, 1979.
97.0 A GOAL ACHIEVEMENT FRAMEWORK FOR COMPREHENSIVE SOCIAL-PHYSICAL PLANNING IN THE CITY OF CHICAGO. City of Chicago: Department of Development and Planning.
98.0 THEORIES OF URBAN LOCATION. Pamphlet published by the Association of American Geographers for the Commission on College Geography.
99.0 Quantitative Geography (J.P. Cole and C.A. King) and Statistical Analysis in Geography (Leslie J. King) in SCIENCE 164:1266.
100.0 Models in Geography (R. Chorley and P. Haggett) in THE GEOGRAPHICAL REVIEW 58: 674-675.
101.0 Quantitative Geography II: Physical and Cartographic Topics (W.L. Garrison and D.F. Marble) in THE PROFESSIONAL GEOGRAPHER 13: 219.
102.0 A STRATEGIC APPROACH TO URBAN RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT. With Raymond Bauer and others. Publication No. 1728. National Academy of Sciences – National Research Council.
103.0 GROWTH CENTERS AND THEIR POTENTIALS IN THE UPPER GREAT LAKES REGION. Washington, D.C.: Upper Great Lakes Regional Commission.
103.1 Reprinted in Ad Hoc Committee on Urban Growth, Committee on Banking and Currency, U.S. House of Representatives. HEARINGS: INDUSTRIAL LOCATION POLICY, Pt. 3: 397-518.
104.0 “The Factorial Ecology of Calcutta.” With Philip Rees. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY 74: 445-491. Geography citation classic 1969-1989 – A.R. Bodman.
104.1 Reprinted in EKISTICS, 1970.
104.2 Reprinted in V. K. Tewari, J. A. Weinstein and V. L. S. Prakasa Rao, eds., INDIAN CITIES. ECOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES. New Delhi: Concept Publishing Co., 1986, 53-84
105.0 “Relationships Between Regional Economic Development and the Urban System: The Case of Chile.” TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR ECONOMISCHE EN SOCIALE GEOGRAFIE 60: 283-307.
105.1 Portuguese translation in BOLETIM CARIOCA DE GEOGRAFIA, 1971
106.0 “Location, Size and Shape of Cities as Influenced by Environmental Factors: The Urban Environment Writ Large.” With Elaine Neils. In Harvey Perloff, ed., THE QUALITY OF THE URBAN ENVIRONMENT. Resources for the Future, Inc., 257-302.
106.1 Reprinted in Berry and Horton, GEOGRAPHIC PERSPECTIVES ON URBAN SYSTEMS. 1970
107.0 “Policy Implications of an Urban Location Model for the Kanpur Region.” In P.B. Desai, ed., REGIONAL PERSPECTIVE OF INDUSTRIAL AND URBAN GROWTH: THE CASE OF KANPUR. New Delhi: Macmillan, 203-219.
108.0 “American Urban Dimensions, 1960-Results of Recent Multivariate Analyses.” In R.W. Janes, ed., GOALS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF CLASSIFICATIONS OF CITIES. Washington, D.C.: Centers for Metropolitan Studies, 13-51
109.0 “Information and Entropy in Migrant Flows.” With Paul Schwind. GEOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS 1: 5-14
110.0 DOWN FROM THE SUMMIT. Leadership Council for Metropolitan Open Communities, Chicago
111.0 “Future Expansion of Chicago’s Black Population. A Markov Process Approach.” With Siim Sööt. CHICAGO REGIONAL HOSPITAL STUDY.
112.0 The Urban Prospect (Lewis Mumford) in ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY 45: 108-9.
113.0 The Geography of Modernization in Kenya (Edward Soja) in AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY
114.0 The Private City (Sam Bass Warner, Jr.) and The Urban Prospect (Lewis Memford in ADULT EDUCATION QUARTERLY 19: 233-7.
115.0 Geography of Marketing: Integrative Statement (D. Ravzan) in JOURNAL OF BUSINESS 367-8.
116.0 Quantitative Geography (J. P. Cole and C. A. M. King) and Statistical Analysis in Geography (L.J. King) in SCIENCE
117.0 International Regions and International System (Bruce Russett) in THE GEOGRAPHICAL REVIEW 69: 450-1.
118.0 Locational Analysis for Manufacturing (J. Karaska and D. Bramhall) in JOURNAL OF BUSINESS 42: 504.
119.0 Building the American City (The Douglas Commission Report) in JOURNAL OF BUSINESS 42: 505.