The Polycentric Dynamics of Melbourne and Sydney

Urban dynamics in large metropolitan areas result from complex interactions across social, economic and political factors, including population distribution, flows of wealth and infrastructure requirements. Michael Harre discusses a model of urban dynamics for the Greater Sydney and Melbourne areas highlighting the evolution of population distributions and the housing market structure in these two cities. Image courtesy of Michael Harre.

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