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Urban Economies: Trends, Forces, & Implications for the Presidentís National Urban Policy
Urban Economies: Trends, Forces, & Implications for the President’s National Urban Policy
 
Our Price: $20.00
Year: 1995
Pages: 58
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 0788189018

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Franklin J. James. Assembles evidence on the economic health of U.S. cities & their residents & the way these cities have changed since the start of the 1980s. A careful review of the economic performance & challenges of cities shows that many cities -- including NY, Baltimore, & Atlanta -- are leading the Nationís progress into a postindustrial economy. Yet other U.S. cities are failing to compete & to adapt, such as the older manufacturing cities of Pittsburgh & Cleveland. Economic change is excluding some parts of the workforce at the same time that new opportunities are being generated for others. For the past 20 years, cities have offered too few employment opportunities for the unskilled, needy, & disadvantaged.

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