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Why quality of place matters

Jan 03rd, 2017

For years, cities measured their success in purely economic terms—jobs created, rising incomes and wages, the number of corporate headquarters, or the extent of high-tech industries. Recently, other things have entered the picture. Place-making efforts in cities across the United States and the world have emphasized quality daily life.   From the article by Richard Florida and Andrew Small, appearing in CityLab on Dec 28,  2016.  Read it here.

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