Edward Glaeser on resurrecting Buffalo
by Geoff Kelly - posted 11:51 am, March 21, 2008
Edward Glaeser is coming to town. He’s the Harvard economist whose essay in the Autumn 2007 issue of City magazine argued Buffalo should get used to being small, because the city would never—and should never—rebound. (Title: “Can Buffalo Ever Come Back? Probably not—and government should stop bribing people to stay there.”)
The UB Regional Institute is hosting a forum on April 18 at WNED titled Resurrecting Buffalo.