Universities Scale Like Cities

@inproceedings{Raan2013UniversitiesSL,
  title={Universities Scale Like Cities},
  author={Anthony F. J. van Raan},
  booktitle={ArXiv},
  year={2013}
}
  • Anthony F. J. van Raan
  • Published in ArXiv 2013
  • Economics, Physics, Computer Science
  • Recent studies of urban scaling show that important socioeconomic city characteristics such as wealth and innovation capacity exhibit a nonlinear, particularly a power law scaling with population size. These nonlinear effects are common to all cities, with similar power law exponents. These findings mean that the larger the city, the more disproportionally they are places of wealth and innovation. Local properties of cities cause a deviation from the expected behavior as predicted by the power… CONTINUE READING

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