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Post-industrial Philadelphia

structural changes in the metropolitan economy
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University of Pennsylvania Press , Philadelphia
Industries -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia Metropolitan Area., Philadelphia Metropolitan Area (Pa.) -- Economic condit

Places

Philadelphia Metropolitan Area (Pa.), Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Metropolitan

StatementWilliam J. Stull and Janice Fanning Madden.
ContributionsMadden, Janice Fanning.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHC108.P5 S78 1990
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 209 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1870940M
ISBN 100812282183
LC Control Number90030440

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Presents a patchwork of Philadelphia's political and economic changes dating back to This book explores a range of issues impacting upon the city's post-industrial economy trends in housing and homelessness, the business community, job distribution, a disintegrating political structure, and increased racial, class, and neighborhood conflict.

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Between andaverage per capita income in the metropolitan area rose %, after adjustment for the effects of inflation. This growth rate exceeded the. Philadelphia devotes considerable attention to the evolving physical development of the city and to the social conditions and class structure of the people.

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