Entrepreneurial innovation moving to the inner cities

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Inner-city Minneapolis teens who screen-print shirts.

Just ten years ago the term “inner city” meant “dead city” and people would picture a city of destruction, dereliction and despair.  But, today inner cities are now a hip hotbed of convenient culture, commerce and connection.  Scholars such as Richard Florida and Edward Glaeser, among others, are showing that although increasing problems accompany increasing density, urban access to the good things of life increases even faster. The centripetal force of today’s cities is pulling the ambitious and educated back in, and increasing cities’ innovative capacity, without sacrificing (at least some would argue) their inclusiveness.

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