martedì 27 gennaio 2009

The size of mid-size cities

What is a medium-sized town? The definitions vary. According to Klaus Kunzmann "The most common definition is that of a town with a population of 20.000 up to 200.000, depending on population density and the respective urban system in a country" (see Kunzmann's paper here). According to US sources "any city with a population of between 100,000 and 300,000 persons, located within a Metropolitan Statistical Area of 1 million persons or more, could qualify as a mid-sized city" (see here). There are sources that put the range roughly from 50,000 to 500,000 persons in size (see here).

2 commenti:

  1. thank you, that was useful.

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  2. This huge population in Mid cities is impossible to handle For me Ten Most Populated Cities in the World - funklist should have to differentiate their country due to over population

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