Mapping the Connections Between Cities, Inequality, and Creative Economies

A study carried out by Richard Florida,  Charlotta Mellander and Karen King at the beginning of July evaluated 139 nations worldwide on their ability to compete and prosper in this new, creativity-powered knowledge economy. The main discovery was that there is no necessary relationship between creativity and inequality. Nations can choose which path toward creativity they want to take.

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