The factors that determine growth at the industry level are different for innovative versus mature industries. Growth industries rely on high-quality workers, access to capital, technical change, and numerous forms of collected economies. Mature industries concentrate on low-input costs and minimizing costs for wages, transportation, taxes, material, etc. This approach is adopted here to consider the growth and development of metropolitan economies. In twelve chapters, eminent scholars provide a complete review of what ...

Sources of Metropolitan Growth 1992, Cupr/Transaction, New Brunswick, NJ

ISBN-13: 9780882851358

Hardcover

Select