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The Role of Northeast Ohio Central Cities in the Regional Economy, 2000-2007
Urban Publications
  • Ziona Austrian, Cleveland State University
  • Candice Clouse, Cleveland State University
  • Eric J. Mundy
  • Frank Akpadock
  • Thomas Jr. Finnerty
  • John R. Bralich
Document Type
Report
Publication Date
11-1-2008
Abstract

This report examines the four central cities in Northeast Ohio – Akron, Canton, Cleveland, and Youngstown — in the context of their metropolitan areas. A central city is the largest or most important city of a metropolitan area. A metropolitan area combines a large city with adjacent urbanized areas and peripheral areas that are closely bound to the center with strong ties to commuting, commerce, and a common labor market.

Citation Information
Ziona Austrian, Candice Clouse, Eric J. Mundy, Frank Akpadock, et al.. "The Role of Northeast Ohio Central Cities in the Regional Economy, 2000-2007" Iss. urban_facpub (2008)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/candi_clouse/3/