The changing shape of modern cities

By Jon Beale

Los Angeles skyline at night

The geography of cities is changing. In today’s modern city centres human talent has replaced industrial capital. Urban centres have undergone a large de-industrialization over the past half century to become hubs of innovation, networking, and ideas that attract a young, talented “creative class“. The Martin Prosperity Institute recently explored this changing urban landscape in the study The Divided City and the Shape of the New Metropolis. Read the full blog post