Unformatted text preview: Creative people tend to be drawn to areas with other creative people for inspiration and the ability to feed off of and add to other’s ideas. This cluster is causing the spikes to grow and the “hills” to flatten out, which is causing problems for poorer cities. A solution to reducing the growing economic inequality while still expanding the economy is difficult because progression requires that the spiky regions continue to grow, however that is the cause of the flattening of the rest of the world. The differences between these need to be closely managed. Florida says this will be “among top political challenges of the coming decades.” I agree that this situation needs to be given more attention. Jennifer Clift Global Issues and Society Dr. Ruth Cater February 5, 2008...
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- Spring '08
- Richard Florida, global playing field, Globalization Debate Article, highly spiked regions, world theory states