Urban Economics Case Study by Master Researcher

Urban Economics
A case study examining the concept of urban economics.
# 87018 | 900 words | 1 source | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Business (Accounting) , Economics (National)

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This paper discusses the concept of urban economics and uses a case example to demonstrate how cities attract and retain new business development. The scenario that the paper uses is of an economic consultant who is hired by the city of Moncton to conduct a proposal favouring business development by either Molson Inc. or AcmePharma Inc.

From the Paper:

"Quality of place is a crucial factor for corporations seeking to expand operations. Some companies focus on the knowledge economy when making location and investment decisions. Canadian cities from coast to coast must continue to improve and invest in communities by creating new business development opportunities that foster job creation and economic growth. Since the 1990's, the Greater Moncton Area (GMA) has flourished to become Atlantic Canada's top destination for new business development."

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