Trends in Metropolitan Employment Growth: Ecentralization and Deconcentration

@inproceedings{Carlino1999TrendsIM,
  title={Trends in Metropolitan Employment Growth: Ecentralization and Deconcentration},
  author={Gerald A. Carlino},
  year={1999}
}
A key finding to emerge from this study is that the widely studied suburbanization or decentralization of employment and population is only part of the story of postwar urban evolution. Another important part of the story is a postwar trend of relatively faster growth of jobs and people in the smaller and less-dense MSAs (deconcentration). We find that… CONTINUE READING