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The external effects of inner‐city shopping centers: Evidence from the Netherlands

Up until these times shopping centers have been a well-established part of modern urbanized economies. Shopping centers are in fact providers of a variety of amenities that fulfill people needs, by providing an array of good and services. This study focuses on how shopping centers have started to be redeveloped in the Netherlands to keep attracting new customers.

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