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This article reviews the broad and expanding field of creative cities, urban and regional creativity and the creative class. It begins by discussing the theories that have shaped and influenced writing on creative cities and the creative class including the work of Jane Jacobs and others on urbanism, theories of clustering and agglomeration, and concepts of the innovation, human capital, and the knowledge economy. It discusses the debate over creative cities and the creative class. It also outlines the implications of creative city and creative class theory for understanding inequality and class divides and their implications for cities and urban and regional development. Keywords: creative industries , creative class creativity , human capital , innovation , cities , technology , talent , and tolerance. Imagine, if you would, a time traveller from H.
R. Florida; Published ; Sociology; City & Community. Cities and regions The paradigm of the creative class in regional and urban development revisited.
Audible Premium Plus. Cancel anytime. In recent years the young, educated, and affluent have surged back into cities, reversing decades of suburban flight and urban decline.
Cancel anytime. All places are not created equal. In this groundbreaking book, Richard Florida shows that where we live is increasingly a crucial factor in our lives, one that fundamentally affects our professional and personal prospects. As well as explaining why place matters now more than ever, Who's Your City? What valuable company is nobody building?
Richard L. Florida born November 26, , in Newark, New Jersey is an American urban studies theorist focusing on social and economic theory. Florida received a PhD from Columbia University in Florida graduated from Rutgers College in with a B. He then attended Columbia University , where he studied urban planning M.
Handbook of Regional Science pp Cite as. The past couple of decades have seen what amounts to an intellectual revolution in urban and regional economic research concerning the role of skills in economic growth. But since the s, there has been a growing focus on skills. This broad research thrust includes studies of human capital; the creative class and occupational class more broadly; and physical, cognitive, and social skills, among others. This research highlights the growing geographic divergence of skills across cities and metros and their effects on regional innovation, wages, incomes, and development broadly. An expanding literature notes the growing importance of place in organizing and mobilizing these skills. Studies have focused on the role of amenities, universities, diversity, and other place-related factors in accounting for the growing divergence of skills across locations.
The main aim of this paper is to test the hypothesis of R. Cultural and institutional constraints contribute to lower mobility rates. For Europe Florida and others have overestimated the role of soft factors.
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Cities and the Creative Class. Richard Florida. *. Carnegie Mellon University. Cities and regions have long captured the imagination of sociologists, economists.Jill E. 05.06.2021 at 11:23
Park, and especially for Jacobs, cities were cauldrons of diversity and difference In: Richard Florida, Cities and the Creative Class. Microdata Sample.