120.0 GEOGRAPHIC PERSPECTIVES ON URBAN SYSTEMS.  With Frank Horton.  Englewood Cliffs NJ: Prentice-Hall, Inc.  Geography citation classic 1969-1989 – A.R. Bodman.  One of 40 path-breaking books in Regional Science – Waldorf, 2004.

120.1 A pirated edition was published in Taiwan in 1971 and distributed to East Asian markets

121.0 “The Geography of the United States in the Year 2000.”  TRANSACTIONS OF THE INSTITUTE OF BRITISH GEOGRAPHERS 51: 21-53.

121.1 Reprinted in EKISTICS 29, 1970, 339-351.

121.2 Reprinted in Hearings of Ad Hoc Committee on Urban Growth, Committee on Banking and Currency, U.S. House of Representatives HEARINGS: INDUSTRIAL LOCATION POLICY.  Washington D.C.: US Government Printing Office, 1970, Pt. 3: 519-531.

121.3 Reprinted in J. Friedmann and W. Alonso, eds., REGIONAL POLICY.  Cambridge MA: The M. I. T. Press, 1975

121.4 This article was featured in a special session at the Annual Meetings of the Association of American Geographers.  The resulting papers are published in THE PROFESSIONAL GEOGRAPHER 56 (2004).

122.0 “Monitoring Trends, Forecasting Change, and Evaluating Goal Achievement in the Urban Environment: The Ghetto Expansion vs. Desegregation Issue in Chicago as a Case.”   In M. D. Chisholm, ed., REGIONAL FORECASTING.  COLSTON PAPERS No. 22: 93-120. London: Butterworths.

122.1 Reprinted  in Ceri Peach, ed   URBAN SOCIAL SEGREGATION. LONDON: LONGMANS, 1975: 196-223.

123.0 “Increasing Scale of Metropolitan Region.”  PUBLIC MANAGEMENT 52: 9-11

 124.0  “Walter Christaller.  An Appreciation.”  With Chauncy Harris.  THE GEOGRAPHICAL REVIEW 60: 116-119.

124.1 Reprinted in EKISTICS 29, 1971, 477-9.

125.0 “Testimony of Urban Growth and Industrial Location Policy.”  Ad Hoc Committee on Urban Growth, Committee on Banking and Currency, U.S. House of Representatives.  HEARINGS: INDUSTRIAL LOCATION POLICY.  Washington D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1970: 327-339 and 340-571

126.0 “The Changing Internal Structure of the Daily Urban Systems.”   In THE GREAT LAKES MEGALOPOLIS.  A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF GROWTH TRENDS.  Athens: Doxiadis Associates, 171-230

127.0 “Sources of Livelihood of American Metropolitan Areas in 1966.”  THE BLOOMSBURY GEOGRAPHER 3: 20-25

128.0 SOCIAL GOALS IN URBAN POLICY.  With P. Peery, E.N. Thomas, D. Vorwaller and J. Whitley.  Chicago: Center for Urban Studies, University of Chicago

129.0 DOWNTOWN WATERLOO, IOWA.  A RECONNAISSANCE STUDY.  Environmental Planning and Research Inc. of Chicago, for the City of Waterloo

130.0 “Quantitative Geography: International Needs.”  With Forrest R. Pitts.  PROCEEDINGS INTERNATIONAL GEOGRAPHICAL UNION  COMMISSION ON QUANTITATIVE METHODS, a supplement to ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY 46, No. 2, 1970: 212.


131.0 The Urban University and the Urban Community (Boston University Metrocenter) in ADULT EDUCATION QUARTERLY 20: 117-9.

132.0 Quantitative Ecological Analysis in the Social Sciences (M. Dogan and S. Rokkan) in THE GEOGRAPHICAL REVIEW 60: 142-4.

133.0 The City in Newly Developing Countries (G. W. Breese) in ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND CULTURAL CHANGE 19: 322-3.

134.0 Regional Planning: Challenge and Prospect (M. Hufschmidt) in GROWTH AND CHANGE xx: 59-60.

135.0 Explanation in Geography (D. Harvey) in REGIONAL STUDIES 4:

136.0 Urban Dynamics  (Jay Forrester) in JOURNAL OF BUSINESS 43: 487-8. 


137.0 COMPARATIVE FACTORIAL ECOLOGY.  June, 1971 Supplement to ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY – special guest editor.  Geography citation classic 1969-1989 – A.R. Bodman.

138.0 “The Logic and Limitations of Factorial Ecology” in COMPARATIVE FACTORIAL ECOLOGY.   ECONOMIC GEOGAPHY 47 (SUPPLEMENT): 209-219.

139.0 “Comparative Ecologies of Large Indian Cities.”   With Howard Spodek.  ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY 47 (SUPPLEMENT): 266-285.

139.1 Reprinted in K. P. Schwirian, COMPARATIVE URBAN STRUCTURE.   Heath & Co., 1974, 349-370.

139.2 Reprinted in George Theodorson, URBAN PATTERNS.  STUDIES IN HUMAN ECOLOGY.  1981.

139.3 Reprinted in Tewari, et al., INDIAN CITIES.  ECOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES.  1986, 85-120.

140.0 “City Size and Economic Development: Conceptual Synthesis and Policy Problems, with Special Reference to South and Southeast Asia,” in L. Jakobson and V. Prakash, eds. URBANIZATION AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT.  Vol. I.  Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications, Inc., 111-156.

140.1 Reprinted in S. Faissol, ed., URBANIZAÇÃO E REGIONALIZAÇÃO, IBGE Rio de Janeiro as “Tamanho de Cidades e Desenvolvimento Economico: Sintese Conceitual e Problemas de Politica com especial referencia as Sul e Se Asiatica.”  1975.

141.0 “Problems of Data Organization and Analytical Methods in Geography,” JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION 66: 510-523.

142.0 “New Goal-Achievement Approaches to Social-Physical Planning in America,” COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT JOURNAL 6: 139-147.

142.1 Also published as “Ny metode i social-fysick planlaegning i Amerika: The Goal-achievement Approach.”  BYPLAN 127, 1970, 74-84.

142.2 See also “The National Goals Research Staff Report.”  Introduction to a specially edited set of papers in GROWTH AND CHANGE, Vol. 2, No. 2, 1971.

143.0 “Grandes Regiões e Tipos de Agricultura no Brasil.”  With Gerald Pyle.  REVISTA BRASILEIRA DE GEOGRAFIA 32: 23-39.

144.0 “The Passing of Central Place Theory.”  RESEARCH INSTITUTE LECTURES ON GEOGRAPHY.  U.S. Army Engineer Topographic Laboratories Special Report ETL-SR-N-1: 113-118.

145.0 “Urban Hierarchies and Spatial Organization in Developing Countries.”  REHOVOT CONFERENCE ON URBANIZATION AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE DEVELOPING COUNTRIES.  Rehovot: Settlement Study Center.

145.1 Reprinted in ITCC REVIEW 2 (8), 1973.

145.2 Published in French as “Hierarchies Urbaines et Organization Spatiale dans les Pays en Voie de Developpement” in Proceedings of the Conference de Rohovot sur el’Urbanisation et le Developpement dans les Pays en Voie de Developpement, 16-24 Auot, 1971.

146.0 “Chicago” in “Suburbs, the Frontier of the Seventies,” in THE CITY 5: 37-40.

147.0 “Introduction – The National Goals Research Staff Report.” GROWTH AND CHANGE 2: 3-4.

148.0Dido Data Analysis: Gigo or Pattern Recognition?” in H. McConnell and D. Yaseen, eds., MODELS OF SPATIAL VARIATION.  Northern Illinois University Press.  Perspectives in Geography I: 105-131.

149.0 “The Systemic Context of New Community Development.”  Louisville.  Center for Urban Affairs, University of Louisville.

150.0 BROKERS AT BAY.  Chicago: Leadership Council for Metropolitan Open Communities.


151.0 “Changes in Urban Spatial Systems,” THE GEOGRAPHICAL REVIEW 61: 604-5.

152.0 Man and His Urban Environment: A Sociological Approach (W. H. Michelson) in SOCIAL SERVICE REVIEW, Sept.: 378-380. 


153.0 CITY CLASSIFICATION HANDBOOK.  New York: Wiley Interscience.  Editor.  Editor’s introduction: “The Goals of City Classification.”  1-8.

153.1 Reprint edition: Books on Demand, University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

154.0 “Latent Structure of the American Urban System, with International Comparisons,” CITY CLASSIFICATION HANDBOOK.  11-60.

155.0 “Hierarchical Diffusion: The Basis of Developmental Filtering and Spread in a System of Growth Centers,” in Niles Hansen, ed., GROWTH CENTERS IN REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.  The Free Press, 108-138.

155.1 Reprinted in P. W. English and R. C. Mayfield, eds., MAN, SPACE AND ENVIRONMENT.  Oxford University Press, 1972, 340-359.

156.0 “Measuring Integration Potentials” in Judith A. Tanur, ed., STATISTICS. A GUIDE TO THE UNKNOWN.  San Francisco: Holden-Day Publishing Co, 326-333.

157.0 “Deliberate Change in Spatial Systems: Goals, Strategies and Their Evaluation.”  SOUTH AFRICAN GEOGRAPHICAL JOURNAL 54: 30-42.

157.1 Reprinted as “Mundanca Deliberada Nos Sistemas Espaciais.  Metas, estratégias e sua avaliação,” GEOGRAFIA E PLANEJAMENTO 21: 1-25.  Institute of Geography, University of Sao Paulo, 1975.

158.0 “Social Change as a Spatial Process,” INTERNATIONAL SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT REVIEW 4: 11-20.

159.0 “Urban Definitions Beyond Metropolis” in A. L. Ferris, ed., RESEARCH AND THE 1970 CENSUS.  Oak Ridge, TN: Oak Ridge Associated Universities, Southern Regional Demographic Group, 151-157.

160.0 “Regional Growth Centers.  A Status Report” in PROCEEDINGS OF THE REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH CONFERENCE.  Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Commerce, 9-46.

161.0 “Megalopolitan Confluence Zones, New Growth Centers in the United States.”  ACE RESEARCH REPORT NO. 10.  Athens Center for Ekistics.

162.0 “Balanced and Orderly National Growth: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back” in NATIONAL GROWTH POLICY.  Selected papers submitted to the Subcommittee on Housing, Committee on Banking and Currency, House of Representatives, 92nd Congress.  631-639.

163.0 “More on Relevance and Policy Analysis.”  AREA 4: 77-80.

164.0 THE LIMITS TO LEADERSHIP IN OPEN HOUSING.  Chicago: Leadership Council for Metropolitan Open Communities.

165.0 A TWO-TIER REGIONALIZATION OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS.  Springfield: Office of Planning Analysis, Executive Office of the Governor, State of Illinois.

166.0 FUTURE EMPLOYMENT AND LAND USE IN DU PAGE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 1970-1990.  Wheaton, IL: DuPage County Regional Planning Commission.

167.0 “Social Accounting Systems: Problems in Conceptualization and Realization.”  Division of Behavioral Sciences, National Academy of Sciences – National Research Council, May 19-20 conference paper.


168.0 “Employment Shifts in Metropolitan Labor Markets” in THE GEOGRAPHICAL REVIEW 62: 126-8.

169.0 “Revolutionary and Counter-Revolutionary Theory in Geography: A Ghetto Commentary” in  ANTIPODE 4: 31-33.

170.0 Stadt und Kulturraum.  Anglo Amerika (B. Hofmeister) in GEOFORUM.


171.0 THE HUMAN CONSEQUENCES OF URBANIZATION.  DIVERGENT PATHS IN THE URBAN EXPERIENCE OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY.  London: Macmillan & Co.   North American edition: New York: St. Martin’s Press.  A geography ‘top twenty citation classic’ – Wrigley and Matthews, 1987.

171.1 CONSECUENCIAS HUMANAS DE LA URBANIZACION.  Spanish language edition: Piramides, Madrid, 1975.

171.2 TOSHIKA NO NINGENTEKI KEKKA 20 SEIKI NO TOSHI GA KEIKEN SHITA TAYO NA DOTEI.  Japanese language edition: Kamima Shuppankai, Tokyo, 1976.

171.3 Digitized version available from the Springer Book archives, 2016.




173.0 “A Paradigm for Modern Geography.”  In R.J. Chorley, ed., DIRECTIONS IN GEOGRAPHY.  London: Methuen, 3-21.

173.1 Reprinted as “Una Paradigma para a Geografia Moderna,” REVISTA BRASILEIRA DE GEOGRAFIA 34, 1972, 3-18.

174.0 “Population Growth in the Daily Urban Systems of the United States, 1890-2000,” POPULATION GROWTH AND THE AMERICAN FUTURE, Vol. V, POPULATION DISTRIBUTION AND POLICY.  Washington, D.C.: Commission on Population Growth and the American Future.  233-270.

174.1 Part published in a conference proceedings as “Growth in Processes in the Urban System: New Forces and Trends” in PROCEEDINGS OF THE SECOND ADVANCED SEMINAR ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.  Austin, Texas: LBJ School of Public Affairs, 1974.

174.2 Reprinted as “The Changing Scale and Nature of American Urbanization” in PROCEEDINGS OF THE INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR ON COMPARATIVE STUDY ON MEGALOPOLISES.  Tokyo: Japan Center for Area Development Research, 1974.

175.0 “Contemporary Urbanization Processes.” In Frank E. Horton, ed. GEOGRAPHICAL PERSPECTIVES AND URBAN PROBLEMS.  Washington, D.C.: National Academy of Sciences, 94-107.

176.0 “The Emerging Urban Region in America.”  SOUTH AFRICAN GEOGRAPHICAL JOURNAL 55: 3-13.

177.0 “Decentralization of Commerce and Industry: The Restructuring of Metropolitan America.”  With Y. Cohen.  In L.H. Masotti and J.K. Hadden, eds., THE URBANIZATION OF THE SUBURBS.  Sage Publications.

178.0 PROCEEDINGS OF THE URBAN AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT SEMINAR. Johannesburg, South Africa: Urban and Regional Research Unit, University of Witwatersrand.  Contains four papers:

1.  “Modern Urban Ecology,” 1-25

2.  “Shopping and Office Decentralization,” 27-49

3.  “Urban Renewal,” 79-106

4.  “Growth Pole Essentials: Hierarchical Diffusion and Spread Effects,” 127-145.

179.0 “Filtering Mechanisms and the Measurement of Unmet Housing Needs” in HEARINGS, SENATE HOUSING AND URBAN AFFAIRS COMMITTEE.

180.0 “Job-Linked Housing: The Community Overview.”  New York City: Institute of Human Relations.

181.0 “What Really Happens When the Tenants Leave.”  AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (AIA) JOURNAL, December, 36-38.

182.0 THE PURSUIT OF OPEN HOUSING IN 1972.  Chicago: Leadership Council for Metropolitan Open Communities.

183.0 “A Pollution-Sensitive Typology of Urban Regions” in PROCEEDINGS OF THE MONTREAL COMPUTER SIMULATION CONFERENCE.

184.0 CITY OF MELBOURNE STRATEGY PLAN.  Interplan Pty., Ltd. for the City of Melbourne (15 vols.).


185.0 Explorations in Mathematical Anthropology (Paul Kay) in TECHNOMETRICS 15: 201-2.

186.0 Spatial Policy Problems of the British Economy (Michael Chisholm and Gerald Manners) in ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY 48: 82-3.

187.0 A Nation of Strangers (Vance Packard) in AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY 79: 173-5.


188.0 URBAN ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT: PLANNING FOR POLLUTION CONTROL.  With Frank Horton.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, Inc.

189.0 TOWARD AN UNDERSTANDING OF METROPOLITAN AMERICA.   With Amos Hawley, Vincent Rock and others.  Report of a National Academy of Sciences Advisory Committee to HUD.  San Francisco: Canfield Press.

190.0 LAND USE, URBAN FORM AND ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY.  With 14 other authors.  Department of Geography Research Paper No. 155, University of Chicago.

190.1 Pp. 411-430 reprinted in L. Bourne, ed., INTERNAL STRUCTURE OF THE CITY.  Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1981.

190.2 Reprint edition: Books on Demand, University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, MI.

191.0 “The Economics of Land-Use Intensities in Melbourne, Australia,” THE GEOGRAPHICAL REVIEW 64: 479-497.

191.1 Reprinted in EKISTICS 39, 1975, 271-280.

192.0 “The Delineation of Urban Spheres of Influence: Evaluation of an Interaction Model.”  With R. Lamb.  REGIONAL STUDIES 8: 185-190.

193.0 “The Question of Policy Alternatives” in C. Lowell Harriss, ed., THE GOOD EARTH OF AMERICA: PLANNING OUR LAND USE.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, Inc.  A Spectrum Book for the American Assembly, 155-172.

194.0 A FRAMEWORK FOR REGIONAL PLANNING IN INDONESIA.  Washington, D.C.: The World Bank. (3 vols.)


196.0 AN EVALUATION OF SHOPPING CENTERS IN URBAN RENEWAL AREAS.  Urban Associates of Chicago for the Department of Urban Renewal of the City of Chicago.

197.0 DO VARIATIONS IN URBAN FORM AFFECT ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY?  Research Memorandum 74-24.  Schloss Laxenburg, Austria: International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis.


198.0 A Geography of Economic Behavior (M. E. Eliot Hurst) in THE GEOGRAPHICAL REVIEW 64: 312-314.

199.0 Geography of the Ghetto (H. M. Rose, ed.) in ANNALS OF THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN GEOGRAPHERS 64: 342-345.

200.0 The Coming of Post-Industrial Society (Daniel Bell) in THE GEOGRAPHICAL REVIEW 64: 447-449.

201.0 The Containment of Urban England (Peter Hall) in REGIONAL STUDIES 9: 212-214.

202.0 Urban Growth.  An Approach (Brian Robson) in PLANNING 27.

203.0 Social Justice and the City (David Harvey) in ANTIPODE 6: 142-145.

204.0 Cities and Geology (G. Leggett) in AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (AIA) JOURNAL.


205.0 “A Hedonic Model of Prices and Assessments for Single-Family Homes in Chicago: Does the Assessor Follow the Market or the Market the Assessor?”  With R. Bednarz.  LAND ECONOMICS. LI: 21-40.

206.0 “Short Term Housing Cycles in a Dualistic Metropolis” in G. Geppert and H.M. Rose, ed., THE SOCIAL ECONOMY OF THE CITY.  Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications.

207.0 “Comparative Urbanization Strategies” in Harry Swain and Ross D. MacKinnon, eds., ISSUES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF URBAN SYSTEMS.  Schloss Laxenburg, Austria: IASA, 66-79.

207.1 Reprinted in EKISTICS 42, 1976, 130-135.

207.2 Reprinted in L. Bourne and J. Simmons, eds., SYSTEMS OF CITIES.  New York, Oxford University Press, 1978, 502-510.

208.0 “System Growth and Spatial Dynamics.”  With E. C. Conkling and D. M. Ray.  Discussion Paper No. B 74.21, Ministry of State for Urban Affairs, Ottawa.

209.0 LAND USE FORMS AND THE ENVIRONMENT.  Washington, D.C.: Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.  Socioeconomic Environmental Studies Series EPA-600/5-003.

210.0 SPATIAL COMPONENTS OF MANUFACTURING CHANGE.  With Y. Cohen.  Department of Geography Research Paper No. 172.  The University of Chicago.

210.1 Reprint edition: Books on Demand, University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

211.0 “The Geography of Prices in Brazil,” BOLETIM GEOGRAFIA.

212.0 FACTORS INFLUENCING SCHOOL ENROLLMENTS IN SCHOOL DISTRICT 149.  Urban Alternatives for School District 149, Illinois.


213.0 “Urban Studies Down Under” in THE GEOGRAPHICAL REVIEW 65: 117-8.

214.0 Image and Environment.  Cognitive Mapping and Spatial Behavior (Roger Downs and David Stea) in AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY 80: 1027-8.


215.0 THE GEOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC SYSTEMS.  With E. Conkling and M. Ray.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, Inc.

216.0 URBANIZATION AND COUNTER-URBANIZATION.  Urban Affairs Annual Review No. 22.  Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications.  Including: “On Urbanization and Counter-Urbanization” (Editor’s Introduction) and “The Counter-Urbanization Process: Urban America Since 1970.”

216.1 Reprint edition: Books on Demand, University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, MI.

216.2 “The Counter-Urbanization Process” reprinted in H.S. Geyer and T.M. Kontuly eds., DIFFERENTIAL URBANIZATION. INTEGRATING SPATIAL MODELS.  London: Edward Arnold, 1996, 9-16.

217.0 CHICAGO: TRANSFORMATIONS OF AN URBAN SYSTEM.  Cambridge MA: Ballinger Publishing Co.

217.1 Included in J. Adams, ed., CONTEMPORARY METROPOLITAN AMERICA: TWENTY GEOGRAPHICAL VIGNETTES.  Ballinger Publishing Co.  Vol. 3: Nineteenth Century Inland Ports and Centers, 1976. 181-283.

218.0 “Ghetto Expansion and Single-Family Housing Prices: Chicago, 1968-1972.” JOURNAL OF URBAN ECONOMICS 3: 397-423.

218.1 Part reprinted in Robert Ellikson, LAND USE PLANNING.  Little, Brown and Company, 1981.

218.2 Part reprinted in Robert Ellikson and Vicki L. Bean, LAND USE CONTROLS: CASES AND MATERIALS.  Aspen Publishers, 1999.

219.0 “Attitudes to Integration: The Role of Status in Community Response to Racial Change.”  With C. Goodwin, R. Lake and K. Smith.  In Barry Schwartz, ed., THE CHANGING FACE OF THE SUBURBS.  Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 221-264.

220.0 “The Decline of the Aging Metropolis: Cultural Bases and Social Process.”   In G. Sternlieb and J.W. Hughes, eds., POST-INDUSTRIAL AMERICA: METROPOLITAN DECLINE AND INTER-REGIONAL JOB SHIFTS.  Rutgers University Press, 175-185.

220.1 Part reprinted as “Aging Metropolis in Decline”  in TRANSACTION/SOCIETY.  Vol. 12, No. 4, 1976, 54-56.

221.0 “On Geography and Urban Policy” in J. Adams, ed., URBAN POLICYMAKING AND METROPOLITAN DYNAMICS: A COMPARATIVE GEOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS.  Ballinger Publishing Co., 3-18.

222.0 “Progress Towards Environmental Goals for Metropolitan America” in J. Adams, ed., URBAN POLICYMAKING AND METROPOLITAN DYNAMICS: A COMPARATIVE GEOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS.  Cambridge MA: Ballinger Publishing Co., 163-215.

223.0 DEMOGRAPHIC AND SETTLEMENT TRENDS. THEIR TRANSPORTATION IMPLICATIONS.  Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Transportation, Office of Policy and Planning.

224.0 FUTURE REUSE AND REDEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL STUDY, LINN COUNTY, IOWA.  Environmental Planning and Research Inc. of Chicago for the Linn County Regional Planning Commission.



226.0 Elements of Spatial Structure (A. D. Cliff, P. Haggett, et al.) in JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION.

227.0 Essays on World Urbanization (R. Jones, ed.) in THE GEOGRAPHICAL REVIEW 66: 478-9.


228.0 CONTEMPORARY URBAN ECOLOGY.  New York: Macmillan.  With J. Kasarda.  Geography citation classic 1969-1989 – A.R. Bodman.

228.1 Reprint edition available through Follett Custom Publishing, 1999.



231.0 POPULATION REDISTRIBUTION IN THE UNITED STATES IN THE 1970s.   With D. Dahmann.  Washington, D.C.: National Academy of Sciences.

231.1 Reprinted in POPULATION AND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW.  Vol. 3, No. 2: 443-471.

231.2 Reprinted as “Volkwanderung in der USA,” UMSCHAU IN WISSENSCHAFT UND TECHNIK.   Frankfort am Main, 1979.

231.3 Reprinted in POPULATION REDISTRIBUTION AND PUBLIC POLICY.  Washington, D.C.: National Research Council, 1980, 8-49.

231.4 Reprinted in Vaughan Robinson, ed. GEOGRAPHY AND MIGRATION.  Cheltenham, England: Edward Elgar Publishers Ltd., 1996.

232.0 “Transformation of the Nation’s Urban System: Small City Growth as a Zero-Sum Game” in Herrington Bryce, ed., SMALL CITIES IN TRANSITION.  Ballinger Publishing Co. Chapter 13: 283-300.

232.1 Also issued as Policy Note P77-1.  Department of City and Regional Planning, Harvard University, 1977.

233.0 “The Disbenefits of Neighborhood and Environment to Urban Property.”  With R. Bednarz.  In D.R. Deskins, et al. eds., GEOGRAPHIC HUMANISM, ANALYSIS AND SOCIAL ACTION.  Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Geographical Publication No. 17: 111-148.

233.1 Reprinted in D. Segal, ed., ECONOMICS OF NEIGHBORHOOD.  Academic Press, 1979.

234.0 “Counter-Urbanization as Separation by Avoidance,” NEW YORK AFFAIRS 4: 3-13.

234.1 Reprinted as “Separation by Avoidance During Counter-Urbanization,” REAL ESTATE ISSUES 3, 1978, 17-26.

234.2 Reprinted in CRE NEWS AND PUBLICATIONS  (Counselors of Real Estate, 2004).

235.0 “Geographical Theories of Educational Development: Innovation Diffusion within Informal Interpersonal Networks.” POLICY NOTE P77-4, Department of City and Regional Planning, Harvard University.

236.0 “Planning Styles and Growth Policies” in C. Mendes, ed., URBAN NETWORKS: STRUCTURE AND CHANGE.  Rio de Janeiro: Conjunto Universitario Candido Mendes.

236.1 Portuguese translation: “Os Estilos de Planijamentos e as Politicas de Crescimento.”  SISTEMAS URBANAS: ESTRUTURA E MUNDANCA, 1978.

237.0 “Spatial Incidence of Urban Induced Modernity in Andhra Pradesh.” With A. Mohammed.  In A.G. Noble and A.K. Dutt, eds.  INDIAN URBANIZATION AND PLANNING.  New Delhi: Tata McGraw Hill: 93-113.

23xx addition.  “Geographie Urbaines et Theories Politiques.”  With A.Reynaud and D.Harvey. TRAVAUX DE L’INSTITUT DE GEOGRAPHIS DE REIMS 29 (1) 105-125.


238.0 Population Redistribution in American Cities (Barry Edmonston) in URBAN HISTORY YEARBOOK.

239.0 Urbanization in 19th Century Latin America: Statistics and Sources (Richard E. Boyer and Keith A. Davies) in URBAN HISTORY YEARBOOK.

240.0 Social Areas in Cities (D. T. Herbert and R. J. Johnston) in TOWN PLANNING REVIEW.

241.0 Suburbanization and the City (Thomas M. Stanback, Jr. and Richard V. Knight) in ANNALS OF THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN GEOGRAPHERS.


242.0   PERSPECTIVES IN GEOGRAPHY 3: THE NATURE OF CHANGE IN GEOGRAPHICAL IDEAS, Ed.  Dekalb IL: Northern Illinois University Press.  Paperback edition published in 1980.

243.0 “Geographical Theories of Social Change” in PERSPECTIVES IN GEOGRAPHY 3: THE NATURE OF CHANGE IN GEOGRAPHICAL IDEAS, 21-46.

244.0 “Latent Structure of Urban Systems: Research Methods and Findings” in L.S. Bourne and J.W. Simmons, eds., SYSTEMS OF CITIES: READINGS ON STRUCTURE, GROWTH AND POLICY.  Oxford University Press.  220-232.

245.0 “The Counter Urbanization Process: How General?” in Niles Hansen, ed., HUMAN SETTLEMENT SYSTEMS.  Ballinger Publishing Co.  Chapter 2: 25-49.

246.0 P. Halvorsen and B. Stave, “A Conversation with Brian J. L. Berry,” JOURNAL OF URBAN HISTORY 4: 209-238.

247.0 “Symposium Keynote Address” in G. Dutton, ed., HARVARD PAPERS ON GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS, Vol. 1: 17-20.

248.0 PUBLIC WORKS INVESTMENT STRATEGY IN A DEVELOPING COUNTRY: URBAN WATER SUPPLY IN INDONESIA.  With K. Sierra.  Research Report R78-3, Department of City and Regional Planning, Harvard University.


249.0 Introduction to Regional Science (Walter Isard) in ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND CULTURAL CHANGE 26: 833-4.

250.0 The New Urban History (Leo F. Schnore, ed.) in AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY 83: 238-9.

251.0 Falling Apart.  The Rise and Decline of Urban Civilization (Elaine Morgan) in CONTACT: A JOURNAL OF URBAN AND REGIONAL AFFAIRS. 


252.0 THE OPEN HOUSING QUESTION.  RACE AND HOUSING IN CHICAGO, 1966-1976.  Cambridge, MA: Ballinger Publishing Company.

253.0 “Inner City Futures: An American Dilemma Revisited” in TRANSACTIONS OF THE INSTITUTE OF BRITISH GEOGRAPHERS, New Series 5: 1-28.

253.1 Revised version published as “Inner City Revitalization: Incidence and Limits” in PAPERS OF THE REGIONAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION, Australia-New Zealand Section, 1980.

253.2 Also in M. Harding and M. E. Osman, eds., EXPLORATIONS IN PUBLIC POLICY.  Memphis: Southwestern at Memphis, 1980.

253.3 Reprinted in B. M. Stave, ed., MODERN INDUSTRIAL CITIES.  Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications, 1981, 187-220.

253.4 Reprinted in L. Bourne, ed., INTERNAL STRUCTURE OF THE CITY.  Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1981.

254.0 “Small Business in Urban Revitalization” in David Greytak, ed., THE ENVIRONMENT FOR SMALL BUSINESS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP.  Washington, D.C.: Small Business Administration, via National Technical Information Services.

254.1 Also Discussion Paper D79-18, Department of City and Regional Planning, Harvard University, 1979.

255.0 “Walter Christaller” in W. Petersen, ed., A DEMOGRAPHIC DICTIONARY.  The Greenwood Press.


257.0 “Analog Theory, Data and Models” in ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ARCHITECTURE AND PLANNING.

258.0 “Barriers to Open Housing: The Continuing American Dilemma.”  Discussion Paper D79-24, Department of City Planning, Harvard University.

259.0 “Notes on an Expedition to Planland” in Robert W. Burchell and George Sternlieb, eds., PLANNING THEORY IN THE 1980s.  New Brunswick, NJ: Center for Urban Policy Research, 201-208.

260.0 “Is There an Urban Policy Crisis?” in MODULUS.  The University of Virginia School of Architecture Review, 59-62 .

261.0 “Progress Towards Regional Planning in the United States.”  Working paper.  The Technical University of Denmark.

262.0 “The AAG at 75: History and Prospect – Introduction,” GEOGRAPHERS ON FILM, 1979A.


263.0 Urban and Regional Economics (Harry Richardson) in ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING A 11:      .

264.0 Revitalizing the Northeast (G. Sternlieb and J. W. Hughes) and Current Population Trends in the United States (Sternlieb and Hughes) in ANNALS OF THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN GEOGRAPHERS 69:     .

265.0 Territory and Function (J. Friedmann and C. Weaver) in ANNALS OF THE ASSSOCIATION OF AMERICAN GEOGRAPHERS 69:      .

266.0 The Mature Metropolis (Charles L. Leven) in ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING A 11:

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