How Immigration Can Revitalize Cities' Faltering Economies
"Is immigration a real elixir for faltering urban economies? Yes, reply activists in a number of low-immigration cities, among them Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Schenectady and Louisville....Toronto, Herman suggests, is typical of cities where burgeoning immigrant clusters have sparked waves of technology start-ups, small neighborhood proprietorship, real estate investment and international trade. Why? It's apparently the combination of sheer immigrant energy with globalization..."
Thanks to Abhijeet Chavan