Disadvantages Of Slow Growth

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“Why we should fear to slow growth and are the problems of slow economic and population growth too complex and intractable to be solved?”
By
Fenty Febianti (AAS 45 M 2)

Slow growth has already become as an interesting topic to be learned in terms of urban and regional planning since a global issue of Detroit’s broke emerged. Slow or ‘no’ growth means that there is no an expand in terms of economic as well as population growth on a period of time. The issue has been widely debated, while most cases show that slow growth negatively affects cities and it ability to survive and fullfill people’s needs, Jacobs (2014) claims that many people believe that the problem can be solved by good commitment, togetherness, and help from many parts of a little under cities. Unfortunately, there is no clear empirical research sustaining slow growth evidences in developing countries. Many researches show evidences that support the theories which claimed that slow growth is difficult to be solved, such as Hall, H.M. (2009), Wekerle and Abbruzzese (2010), and Urbeti (2014). However, Gainsborough (2002) gives a contention that slow growth will bring benefit for some reasons.
The purpose of this essay is to analyse the hypothesis that there
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On the contrary, Rochester, New York that experinced slow growth suffered more imbalance in regional equity. Toronto, as a growing and properous region has been prepared to limit development on environmentally sensitive lands as long as the Greenbelt Plan allocates appropriate area to facilitate the next 30 years of growth. Otherwise, there was a long and unsuccessful history of community organizing to address racial segregation between city and suburbs in Rochester. For that many evidences, Wekerle and Abbruzzese (2010) believe that it is difficult to repair the economic growth that already

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