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Economic development within the Philadelphia metropolitan area

by Anita A. Summers

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Published by University of Pennsylvania Press in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Philadelphia Metropolitan Area (Pa.)
    • Subjects:
    • Philadelphia Metropolitan Area (Pa.) -- Economic conditions.,
    • Philadelphia Metropolitan Area (Pa.) -- Economic policy.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementAnita A. Summers and Thomas F. Luce.
      ContributionsLuce, Thomas F.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC108.P5 S85 1987
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 268 p. :
      Number of Pages268
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2731012M
      ISBN 100812212312
      LC Control Number86025091

        French geographer Jean Gottmann ( to ) studied the northeastern United States during the s and published a book in that described the region as a vast metropolitan area over miles long stretching from Boston in the north to Washington, D.C. in the south. This area (and the title of Gottmann's book) is Megalopolis. Philadelphia County Members Serving Philadelphia County (Click on each member below to see additional member information) Economic Development Service Provider. Ben Franklin Technology Partners/SEP, Philadelphia; DVIRC, Philadelphia; Governor's Action .

      Economic Report on the Philadelphia Metropolitan Area, Book Description: the Philadelphia area’s demographic and economic characteristics have been shared by most of the nation’s SMSAS with large urban cores—decentralization of population and employment within the SMSA, relatively slower economic growth than the rest of the. The Philadelphia Economic Development, located in Philadelphia, PA, is a government agency that promotes business activity and development in the Philadelphia County area. The Economic Development Agency (EDA) attracts and retains business, promotes development to increase employment and the tax base, and encourages a thriving economic.

      An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Philadelphia Metropolitan Area, Inner cities -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia Metropolitan Area, Agglomération de, Community development, Economic history, Gentrification, Inner cities, Neighborhoods, Race. New Philadelphia Ohio Economic Development Programs Create Attractive Business Opportunities. The City of New Philadelphia strives to create attractive opportunities for new companies as well as existing local businesses to successfully grow here. We’re home to a diverse group of businesses, ranging from startup companies to major.


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Economic development within the Philadelphia metropolitan area by Anita A. Summers Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book focuses on economic relationships within the eight counties in the Philadelphia Primary Metropolitan Statistical Area. Long-term economic developments, changes in socioeconomic profiles between andand patterns of employment are examined on a county by county. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag.

Economic development in the Philadelphia region, Saved in: Bibliographic Details; Main Author: Lindstrom, Diane, Regional economic history: the Mid-Atlantic area since proceedings of a conference Published. Philadelphia is the center of economic activity in Pennsylvania with the headquarters of five Fortune companies located within city limits.

As ofthe Philadelphia metropolitan area is estimated to produce a gross metropolitan product (GMP) of $ billion, an increase from the $ billion calculated by the Bureau of Economic Analysis forrepresenting.

We are Philadelphia’s public-private economic development corporation. PIDC spurs investments that create jobs, revitalize neighborhoods, and drive growth to every corner of Philadelphia. PIDC is a non-profit founded by the City of Philadelphia and the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce in Promoting fiscal equity and efficient development practices at the metropolitan scale.

Chapter. Jan ; Economic development within the Philadelphia metropolitan area. Philadelphia has an unemployment rate of %. The US average is %. Philadelphia has seen the job market increase by % over the last year. Future job growth over the next ten years is predicted to be %, which is lower than the US average of %.

Tax Rates for Philadelphia - The Sales Tax Rate for Philadelphia is %. The US average. The Detroit Urban Area, which serves as the metropolitan area's core, ranks as the 11th most populous in the United States, with a population of 3, as of the census and an area of 1, square miles (3, km 2).This urbanized area covers parts of the counties of Macomb, Oakland, and Wayne.

These counties are sometimes referred to as the Detroit Tri-County Area. Explore This Section. Home > Research & Data > Regional Economy Regional Economy. COVID is a once-in-a-century health crisis. Thanks to their presence in the economically vital and densely populated Northeast Corridor, the economists and analysts of the Philadelphia Fed's Research Department are uniquely qualified to track the pandemic's effect on our.

Economic Development Information: Philadelphia City Planning Commission, One Parkway Bldg., Arch Street, 13th Floor, Philadelphia, PA ; telephone (); fax (); email [email protected] Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation, Centre Square West, Market Street, Philadelphia, PA The Office of Economic Opportunity (OEO) in the Department of Commerce ensures that the City is working with diverse businesses to fulfill its needs for goods and services.

Each year, the City aims to reach 35 percent participation from minority, women, and disabled-owned enterprises (M/W/DSBEs) on its contracts. Philadelphia should start the next decade as either the 9th or 10th largest metropolitan area in the nation. Population Growth in the Philadelphia Metropolitan Area.

The Philadelphia metropolitan area is unusual in being divided between four states. The core city of Philadelphia is located in Pennsylvania. Economic Development jobs available in Philadelphia, PA on Apply to Program Manager, Receptionist, Nkcdc - Economic Development Vista and more.

Business Economic Development in Philadelphia on See reviews, photos, directions, phone numbers and more for the best Business & Economic Development in Philadelphia, PA. Economic Development Groups in the Philadelphia Region. Charitable Foundations in the Philadelphia Metro Area. Ranked by Total giving.

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Publisher Summary. This chapter presents a comparison of the economic, social, and political traits—with two different statistical techniques—of 74 developing nations during – to explore whether the implications concerning the modernization processes involved in economic development draw on the basis of previous analyses are confirmed or not.

Dating toPhiladelphia County’s founding coincided with the origin of the city. Although the county faded from view after its consolidation with the city init remained important for understanding Philadelphia’s urban development, local government, and long battles for.

MARC's Director of Research Services Frank Lenk presented the region’s economic forecast on Octoat The Greater Kansas City Chamber’s annual Economic Forecast Breakfast. The economy is doing well with no sign of a recession in the foreseeable future.

It’s steady pace since the end of the Great Recession makes it a beacon of stability within a sea of uncertainty. Book of Lists – Unlimited Philadelphia area Economic Development Groups with the Most Employees Ranked by Local employees.

Locally Researched by: We work within a place-based, data. Data Tools & Other Resources. Home Mortgage Explorer: This interactive data tool allows users to explore trends in mortgage lending between and for national, state, metropolitan, and nonmetropolitan geographies.

Rental Housing Affordability: This interactive tool enables users to examine trends in rental housing affordability in Third District states from to. Data is provided between the 25 largest “sub-market” pairs (such as Philadelphia-New York).

This article summarizes data for the reported submarkets located along the I Northeast Corridor (Note), excluding reported trips within the metropolitan areas as defined by the Office of Management and Budget.

Metropolitan Edison Company (Met-Ed) West Penn Power Company; Development Assistance. FirstEnergy’s local Economic Development staff knows the area and business. Our presence here has allowed us to establish good working relationships with international, national, state and local economic development agencies and professionals.

Specifically, changes in the industries supporting Philadelphia’s economy, and the changing nature of work have impacted workforce development and the economic focus of our region. A Changing Industry Mix. In one in three Philadelphia workers was employed in manufacturing. Today, one in ten works in manufacturing.