The New Geography of Jobs

The New Geography of Jobs

A rising young economist at Berkeley makes correlations between success and geography, explaining how such rising centers of innovation as San Francisco, Boston and Austin are likely to offer influential opportunities and shape the national and global economies in positive or detrimental ways.


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Publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
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ISBN 0547750110
Pages 294 pages
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