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Market Urbanism is a theory calling for free-market solutions to urban problems. Rooted in classical liberalism, it posits that cities work best through the bottom-up, private sector activity of many individuals, not top-down government plans. In this nifty guide, Scott Beyer describes how these free-market ideas can apply to housing, transport and public administration. You can purchase the book (including one signed by the author) below.

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What is Market Urbanism?

Market Urbanism is the cross between free-market policy and urban issues. Market Urbanists believe that if cities were liberalized, they would have cheaper housing, faster transport, and better services. To learn more, watch the video or click on the comprehensive guide.

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