The Economies Of Central City Neighborhoods

1st Edition

Richard Bingham, Zhongcai Zhang

Routledge
Published April 4, 2001
Textbook - 263 Pages
ISBN 9780813397719 - CAT# K370659

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Summary

In The Economies of Central City Neighborhoods Bingham and Zhang examine the location of industry employment in a variety of producer and consumer-oriented industries in relation to major neighborhood characteristics such as demographic, labor force, socioeconomic, and housing variables. While the primacy of poverty is an aspect of central city neighborhoods that drives the growth and decline of neighborhood economies, it implies the significance of effective intervention at early stages of neighborhood economic disintegration. Neighborhood cluster of industries suggests a direction of neighborhood redevelopment, and the pervasive spill-over effects of this necessitate the coordination among redevelopment initiatives of bordering neighborhoods.The research in this text contributes to the urban literature by providing an industry-by-industry analysis of the economies of central city sub-areas in Ohio. This study is informative and illuminating to central city revitalization/redevelopment planning and related efforts that often take place at the neighborhood level.

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