Beware the Pyongyang hirise.
According to Xenocrypt, economic activity has always been geographically lumpy.
Some folks have tried to explain it to me (It’s seen as too Asian/Hispanic, it’s already getting too expensive, etc) but I remain surprised that inland California cities (and Reno) haven’t benefited more from the coastal exodus.
I hear all of this, but at the same time there is a reason people think Milwaukee is a big city and Norfolk isn’t.
That’s beautiful and wonderful and let’s never do it again.
Suburban sprawl is harshing songbirds’ mating buzz.
Tyler Cowen responds to a working paper on the economic efficiencies of Urbania.
From 2015, a look at how data mining is helping people figure out how big China’s ghost cities problem is.