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Broken buildings busted budgets how to fix americas trillion dollar construction industry barry b lepatner on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers across the nation construction projects large and smallfrom hospitals to schools to simple home improvementsare spiraling out of control delays and cost overruns have come to seem normalget this from a library broken buildings busted budgets how to fix americas trillion dollar construction industry barry b lepatner timothy c jacobson robert e wright across the nation construction projects large and smallfrom hospitals to schools to simple home improvementsare spiraling out of control delays and cost overruns have come to seemnormal even broken buildings busted budgets how to fix americas trillion dollar construction industry 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings 2 reviews davidgerstel on librarything more than 1 year ago i am a little surprised at the low rating broken buildings gets here perhaps i am so favorably disposed to it because lepatner cites my own work about 50 author lepatner barry b title broken buildings busted budgets how to fix americas trillion dollar construction industry barry b lepatner with timothy jacobson and robert e wrightbarry b lepatner broken buildings busted budgets how to fix americas trillion dollar construction industry chicago university of chicago press 2007 x + 215 pp 25 cloth isbn 978 0 226 47267 6 reviewed for ehnet by richard vedder department of economics ohio university

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