WEIR volume 60, issue 10, P41-51 2016 DOI: 10.20542/0131-2227-2016-60-10-41-51 View full text

Abstract: while the global economic recovery slowed in 2012, the world's largest metropolitan economies continued to have very different growth experiences. disparities loom both across major world regions and within them, reflecting differences in metro industrial structure, national growth rates, and metro starting points. these differences did not obscure the underlying long-term shift of economic growth from developed to developing metro areas. yet 2012 also highlighted the interdependence among these metro areas, w…

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