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      Poor land use in the world’s greatest cities carries a huge cost

          Buy land, advised Mark Twain; they’re not making it any more. In fact, land is not really scarce: the entire population of America could fit into Texas with more than an acre for ...

      Land, the centre of the pre-industrial economy, has returned as a constraint on growth

          The history of economics has been, among other things, a story of learning to care less about land. The physiocrats of 18th-century France saw it as the primary guarantor of wealth. Adam Smith included it alongside labour and capital as one of the three factors of production that combined to generate output....