Entertainment-Retail Centers in Hong Kong and Los Angeles: Trends and Lessons

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Clara Irazabal; Surajit Chakravarty;
  • Subject: Entertainment Retail Centers, Land Use, Transportation, Urban Design

This paper seeks to answer the question of why Entertainment Retail Centers (ERCs) develop as they do and what we can expect from these centers of consumption in the near future. Beginning with a "network" view of cities, where cities are nodes in an integrated economic... View more
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