The metropolitan economy

Globalisation and its impacts on economies around the world modify the ways in which cities are organised. French metropolises have become a spin-dryer that fling the least qualified jobs far from the city centre, while at the same time sucking in wealth. Leclercq Associés sees in the localised economy a parallel growth model with an extraordinary potential for job creation and a capacity to address economic and social issues of collective interest.

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