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Why Cities Grow : Economist Richard Florida Argues That Cities Must Attract Young, Talented Workers - What He Dubs the "Creative Class" - If They Want to Prosper. Is He Right? And Is There Anything New About This Theory?

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Steelman, Aaron. "Why Cities Grow : Economist Richard Florida Argues That Cities Must Attract Young, Talented Workers - What He Dubs the "Creative Class" - If They Want to Prosper. Is He Right? And Is There Anything New About This Theory?," in Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. "Fall 2004, Volume 8, Number 4," Econ Focus (Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond) (Fall 2004) : 15-18. https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/3941/item/476927/toc/503851 , accessed on April 21, 2024.

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