Have big cities had their day?

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Frank de Jong

Sep 18, 2020, 8:35:41 AM9/18/20
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Interesting piece in the Spectator today about Georgist economics and cities. He uses the word "poncery".  : )   

Some technology is anti-Georgist. Air travel, for example, may be unhealthily agglomerative, since the nature of its network creates a winner-takes-all effect for uber-connected hub cities. By contrast, videoconferencing is hugely disagglomerative, since it weakens the relationship between an activity and its location.  

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