In the papers today 12.02.08: The Death and Life of Great Landmarks
It’s a landmark day in the papers. Well, a day with a lot of stories on landmarks, landmarking, and things that may become landmarks – always a hot topic, particularly these days with all the stress over the economy and an increasing fixation on urban competitiveness. It’s back to the economic theory of early 1990s for us! Paul Krugman must be thrilled.
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