Economic Development in Inner Cities
We believe distressed inner city communities can only prosper when they are integrated into the regional and national economy. Trying to cure the inner city’s problems solely by increasing social investment has rarely been successful. But when we approach revitalization from a competitiveness perspective, we begin to see the existing and potential competitive advantages that are the key to building thriving private-sector businesses, sustainable job growth, and healthy communities.
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