The Copenhagen City and Port Development Corporation: A Model for Regenerating Cities

Bruce Katz, Luise Noring

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Abstract

Thirty years ago, the city of Copenhagen was experiencing 17.5 percent unemployment, an outmigration of population, the loss of manufacturing, the decline of taxing capacity, and an annual budget deficit of $750 million. Today, the city has been transformed into one of the wealthiest (and happiest) in the world.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationWashington DC
PublisherThe Brookings Institution
Number of pages42
Publication statusPublished - 2017
SeriesCity Solution
Number1

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Katz, B., & Noring, L. (2017). The Copenhagen City and Port Development Corporation: A Model for Regenerating Cities. Washington DC: The Brookings Institution. City Solution, No. 1
Katz, Bruce ; Noring, Luise. / The Copenhagen City and Port Development Corporation : A Model for Regenerating Cities. Washington DC : The Brookings Institution, 2017. 42 p. (City Solution; No. 1).
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Washington DC : The Brookings Institution, 2017. 42 p. (City Solution; No. 1).

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