Never before have our cities been as important as they are now. The
drivers of innovation and growth, they are essential to the prosperity
of nations. But they are also destructive, plunging us into housing
crises and deepening inequality.
How can we keep the good and
break free of the bad?In this bracingly original work of research and
analysis, leading urbanist Richard Florida explores the roots of this
new crisis and puts forward a plan to make this the century of the
fairer, thriving metropolis.