Ed Glaeser on Great Cities

Lynne Kiesling A couple of weeks ago I linked to a post from Ed Glaeser on his research on urban dynamism. Glaeser has posted a follow-up to his initial comments. He asks: For decades, economists have debated the “ Dutch Disease” and other ailments associated with too much success. The discovery of natural gas in the … More Ed Glaeser on Great Cities

Glaeser and Florida on Urbanization, and Nashville’s Lure

Lynne Kiesling Here are a couple of interesting and related articles on urban dynamism and what economists call economies of agglomeration. Digital communication technology was supposed to reduce those economies of agglomeration, right? We can work from anywhere, don’t have to be physically co-located, and that includes developing countries too … so, as Ed Glaeser … More Glaeser and Florida on Urbanization, and Nashville’s Lure