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Are big cities past their prime, or will “Zoom towns” that sprang up as professionals left cities in droves during COVID disappear with a return to the office?
by Robert Bryce — California’s energy policies amount to a “war” on the poor in that they impose huge regressive taxes on the poor and middle class.
Joel Kotkin and June Williamson talk about how thoughtful design could lead to better ways of connecting historic “sprawling” suburbia to commercial areas.
The dire effects of tech-fueled inequality are seen in schools across the nation as our technologically-driven society widens socio-economic gaps.
Joel Kotkin joins the Purple Podcast to discuss the polarization of California politics as primary voters head to the polls.
Joel Kotkin joins ‘Wells $treet’ to discuss the likely economic impacts of ending Roe v. Wade, and how it might affect corporate decisions in the U.S.
Joel Kotkin joins ‘Intelligence Squared Debates’ to discuss how our biggest cities are past their prime, as people and businesses moved away during COVID and aren’t moving back.
California poses many challenges for the middle- and working-class, resulting in a significant migration of people, jobs, and opportunities.
Joel Kotkin joins Amanda Vanstone to talk about the his recent article on the ‘Limits of Libertarianism’.
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- Gage Skidmore, used here under CC 2.0 LicenseThe Biggest Threat to the CHIPS Act? The Green LeftAugust 5, 2022 - 7:28 am
- Free Trade’s Heavy CostAugust 3, 2022 - 7:06 am