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Urbecon is SGS's quarterly newsletter addressing current industry issues and discussing the latest research and trends. Urbecon is edited and published by SGS Economics and Planning Pty Ltd. Articles are written by SGS team members drawing on project work and research undertaken by SGS. 
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Recent Issues of Urbecon 

Volume 3   2014

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Infrastructure Contestability     view online
What's driving school enrolments?      view online
Will you still need me when I'm 64?      view online
Models for council delivery of social and affordable housing    view online
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Volume 2   2014

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The rise of urban manufacturing?    view online
International approaches to planning for employment lands    view online
Investing in early childhood development pays off   view online
Positive socioeconomic impacts of major public transport projects   view online
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Volume 1  2014

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What's driving regional Australia? -  view online
Better planning for infrastructure in remote indigenous communities  - view online
GDP growth: how are Australia's major cities performing?  - view online
The productivity dividend from airports  - view online
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Volume 3   2013
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Getting on top of New South Wales's infrastructure challenge - view online
Market research and financial modelling for resident funded retirement villages  - view online
Retail industry trends and issues for economic impact assessment - view online
Dwelling growth in town centres: Sydney, Melbourne and SEQ  -  view online
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Volume 2 2013
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Expanding land supply through transport improvements  - view online
Town Centre performance in major Australian cities    - view online
Understanding community perceptions of sea level rise    - view online
Urban management challenges facing Buenos Aires   - view online
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Volume 1  2013
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Understanding the affordability challenge as a continuum   - view online
Baby Boomers, housing and productivity - view online
Cost Benefit Analysis - key features and future directions - view online
Considering investment facilitation - view online
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