By: Matt Carmichael on July 26, 2010
CHICAGO (AdAge.com) -- Everyone has an opinion about what the economy will look like when it stops looking like this. But few have studied the issue with the perspective of Richard Florida, an urbanist, futurist, professor, author of best-sellers like "The Rise of the Creative Class" and director of the Martin Prosperity Institute at the University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management.
By: Matt Carmichael on September 24, 2010
Joel Kotkin, a professor at Chapman University and executive editor of newgeography.com, has studied the rise of the suburbs and the expected growth of the Great Plains region. In his latest book, "The Next Hundred Million: America in 2050," he sees great economic potential in the demographic shifts already underway.