Looking at two metro areas’ economies is never an apple-for-apple comparison. Even with similar populations and similar GDPs, there are just too many other variables to be able to say, ‘See what worked there? We should do that here,’ and expect the results to be the same.
But, by looking at local (and hyperlocal) data we can better extrapolate economic development ideas and determine their best chances of success.
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