Future of Cities: Hard realities and intangibles for gathering

This segment of the economy, which has provided building blocks in so many urban areas, has crumbled during the coronavirus pandemic. In the second part of our podcast series on the Future of Cities, Lee Igel of New York University and Bob Boland of Penn State explore the economic, psychological, legal and social implications. Paul Burton hosts. (22 minutes)

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This segment of the economy, which has provided building blocks in so many urban areas, has crumbled during the coronavirus pandemic. In the second part of our podcast series on the Future of Cities, Lee Igel of New York University and Bob Boland of Penn State explore the economic, psychological, legal and social implications. Paul Burton hosts. (22 minutes)