Podcast: The New Urban Crisis with Richard Florida

Posted on December 15, 2017


Richard Florida

Richard Florida
University Professor & Director of Cities
Martin Prosperity Institute, University of Toronto
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The acclaimed writer, urbanist and best selling author, Richard Florida joins the podcast to discuss his new book and the challenges cities face. Richard is a professor and Director of Cities for the Martin Prosperity Institute at the University of Toronto, his most recent book “The New Urban Crisis” deals with the increases in inequality and segregation cities have experienced. He discusses the book, his love of Jimi Hendrix and the three T’s of technology, talent and tolerance.

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Sr. Budget & Management Analyst at the City of Durham, North Carolina. ELGL Board of Directors. Producer & Co-Host of the GovLove Podcast. Would rather be walking his dog Franklin.

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