Does the second city attract investors from secondary cities?

Many commercial real estate experts have predicted an exodus of homeowners and investors from crowded urban areas like Chicago during the coronavirus pandemic. Big cities were seen as increasingly inhospitable to residents, who had to move in droves to so-called secondary cities, smaller metropolitan areas like Nashville or Austin where …

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Refocus the well-being of workers in the debates on disruption

Scholar shows how current antitrust remedies ignore the effects on workers. To address the alleged monopolization of big tech companies, a bipartisan choir has voiced a common message: break them. But when courts order large companies to “go out of business” for violating antitrust law, what happens to workers? Antitrust …

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