REFRAMING THE METROPOLITAN GROWTH PROPOSITION: PREDICTING METROPOLITAN GROWTH AND PROSPERITY THROUGH AN ECONOMIC INCLUSION SIMULATION

Abstract In terms of income, the cities of the United States now have the greatest income inequality than any other democratic nation in the developed world. However, if you assess the economy of the United States through the lens of traditional indicators—inflation, unemployment, increases/decreases of the Dow Jones average, and gross domestic product—the country in general, along with great cities of the country display optimistic economic growth (Pre-Covid-19). The disconnect between traditional notions of economic...
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