Malmo: A city in transition

@inproceedings{Anderson2014MalmoAC,
  title={Malmo: A city in transition},
  author={Tessa Kate Anderson},
  year={2014}
}
Abstract The Swedish city of Malmo lies at the southern point of Sweden and is the gateway between Sweden and Denmark. Malmo dates back to the early 13th century, when under Danish rule it developed as a key commercial port for Europe. Malmo continued to grow with the introduction of the Kockums in 1840. From 1840 to the mid-1970s, Malmo’s growth continued to flourish. Like many Swedish cities, the manufacturing recession of the mid-1970s bought unemployment and population decline. Malmo… CONTINUE READING