Why Are Some Cities More Entrepreneurial Than Others?

Speaking of Pittsburgh's history.......

Harvard's Ed Glaeser has a post on the New York Time's Economix Blog looking at that question with an early reference to Pittsburgh and the work of Pitt's Ben Chinitz.   Also has some interactive graphs to go along with the analysis on the topic.

The answer is that most answers people talk about are just talk.


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