The Economy of Cities
While there are indeed thousands of poor cities throughout the world, the economy of cities is seeing yet another evolution, as cities are being more thoroughly developed, urbanized and economized. To put things better into perspective, city development consists of creating more living spaces and facilities for its citizens, while also ensuring that all the basic services are present throughout the region.
Ranging from hospitals, schools, universities, post offices, shops, hotels and more, a modern city needs to have them all. Urbanization processes consists of finding better ways of fitting lots of people in an already-crowded place, without impacting the quality of life present in that specific city.
There’ve been numerous research papers carried out on the cities of tomorrow, how they will look and how they will operate. At this moment in time, we do indeed have some heavily-advanced cities in a few countries, which bring about a higher quality of life, great economy, a large number of shops, cheap or even free social services (such as transportation, health care and so on), lack of pollution, better traffic, less-crowded areas and so on.
Based on everything that has been outlined so far, further developing some of our current cities represents an aspect that will put the cities in question on the path to becoming tomorrow’s cities, thus helping the economy develop, and also improving the quality of life of all residents.