Regional Spotlight: Smart Growth for Regions of All Sizes
Abstract: Pittsburgh?s population has shrunk by 400,000 since 1969, making it the poster child for urban shrinkage. So why is it doing so well? Sometimes, smaller really is better.
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Provider: Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Part of Series: Regional Spotlight
Publication Date: 2019