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Listing all articles in the Entrepreneurship category
Inclusive prosperity is the idea that the opportunity and benefits of economic growth should be widely shared by all segments of society. Most cities fall well short of that ideal. While urban areas continue to afford new opportunities to employees and businesses from all walks of life, they are increasingly split between wealthy, high-skill knowledge workers and low-paid service workers.
Richard Florida, the director of the Martin Prosperity Institute at the University of Toronto and a professor of global research at New York University, writes in “The Rise of Global Startup Cities,” that while venture capital has “gone global” by spreading to places like China and India, the dominant centers remain US cities that combine density, great universities, and an open-minded culture to attract the best talent.
The entrepreneurial economy: creative innovation as a by-product of an urban ecosystem.
This article by Richard Florida examines the economic geography of talent exploringthe factors that attract talent and its effects on high-technology industry and regional incomes.
By Geoff Williams, Entrepreneur Magazine - October 2002
By Richard Florida, book chapter in Entrepreneurship, David Hart (editor) - 2002
By Richard Florida, Review of We Were Burning by Bob Johnstone - 2000
By Maryann P. Feldman and Richard Florida, Annals of the Association of American Geographers - June 1994
By Richard Florida and Donald F. Smith, Jr., Annals of the Association of American Geographers - Sept 1993
By Richard Florida and Martin Kenney, California Management Review - Fall 1990
By Richard L. Florida and Martin Kenney, Research Policy - June 1988
By Richard Florida and Martin Kenney, Professional Geographer - Jan 1988
By Richard Florida and Martin Kenney, Journal of Business Venturing - 1988
By Richard Florida, Revue Francaise de Finances Publique - 1983