Richard Florida

A recent post by Richard Florida, working in partnership with the Martin Prosperity Institute, examines where (and how much) income inequality grew in U.S. metros between 2006 and 2012.
Aug 5, 2014   CityLab
In USA Today, Florida picks 10 neighborhoods that give a "slice of local urban life," ranging from Miami's Wynwood and Design District to Fort Worth, Texas' West 7th community.
Aug 20, 2011   USA Today
U.S. News and World Report recently evaluated the cities where real income (what your paycheck can buy, considering the cost of living) is the highest. Des Moines, Iowa takes the top slot.
Jun 6, 2011   Creative Class
Richard Florida says that shrinking is not necessarily a good idea for cities like Detroit and Cleveland that are losing population, and that it could do "more harm than good."
Mar 29, 2011   The New York Times
ESPN Radio's Colin Cowherd talks to Richard Florida about cities and talent migration in the sports world.
Mar 2, 2011   ESPN Radio
Charles Landry, like Richard Florida, is focused on the importance of talent in the economic health of cities. But Landry defines the "creative class" much more broadly.
Oct 20, 2010   strategy+business
Two recent studies suggest urban areas and geographic regions have distinctive temperaments.
Oct 14, 2010   The Infrastructurist
Richard Florida says that the economic benefits of 'agglomeration' are seldom given the attention they deserve. A new study by Florida and the Martin Prosperity Institute aims to do just that.
Sep 8, 2010   The Atlantic
Richard Florida says that his city of Toronto needs to implement some real, physical changes to inspire economic recovery.
May 24, 2010   The Toronto Star
The Urbanophile reviews Richard Florida's new book, defending his populist approach and tackling Florida's central arguments of investing in the grassroots, encouraging "rentership" and the fundamental societal changes coming soon.
May 10, 2010   The Urbanophile
In a scathing critique of Richard Florida, reporter Alec MacGillis claims that Florida's creative class strategies haven't worked for ailing cities around the country. Florida counters that the recession has changed the landscape.
Jan 4, 2010   The American Prospect