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The smart-shrinkage of Detroit: between real alternative development and adjustment of traditional economic and urban policies

M.Diop, 14 February 2016

[AMO Publication] In 2013, Detroit declares bankruptcy. Three main elements explain the situation : deindustrialization, racial tensions and suburbanization. Today, the size of the city is a central issue for urban policies which bring the issue of conciliating economic viability and social justice

Maième Diop was part of the Alternative Management third year specialization program, at HEC Paris, in 2014-2015

Access to the student's research paper on the Alternative Management Observatory website.


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