Proceedings of the Midwest Economic Restructuring Conference of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
I recommend this book to the interested readers in such scientific fields as geography, economy, sociology and urban planning. I am sure it will be of benefit to politicians and regional planners in Europe where some cities and regions are confronted with similar problems.Geo-Journal
1 Overview.- 2 Akron, Ohio: Regional Economy at the Turning Point.- 3 Buffalo, New York: Region of No Illusions.- Chicago, Illinois: Reaping the Benefits of Size and Diversity.- Cleveland, Ohio: Manufacturing Matters, Services are Strengthened But Earnings Erode.- Dayton, Ohio: A Dramatic Rebound.- Detroit, Michigan: An Economy Still Driven by Automobiles.- Milwaukee, Wisconsin: All Is Not Lost.- Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: From Steel Town to Advanced Technology Center.- Syracuse, New York: A Reflection of the National Economy.- Youngstown/Warren, Ohio: A Reflection of the Boom and Bust of the Steel Industry.- The Future of the Midwest Economy: Two Scenarios.- References.- Author Biographical Sketches.
Number Of Pages: 338
Published: 31st July 1990
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5
Weight (kg): 1.48