Knowledge in Cities

@inproceedings{Abel2010KnowledgeIC,
  title={Knowledge in Cities},
  author={Abel and Adrienne Ross and Kevin Stolarick},
  year={2010}
}
This study identifies clusters of U.S. and Canadian metropolitan areas with similar knowledge traits. These groups—ranging from Making Regions, characterized by knowledge about manufacturing, to Thinking Regions, noted for knowledge about the arts, humanities, information technology, and commerce—can be used by analysts and policymakers for the purposes of regional benchmarking or comparing the types of programs and infrastructure available to support closely related economic activities. In… CONTINUE READING

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