Are Central Cities Coming Back? The Case of Chicago

09/28/01
12:00 AM
Continental Breakfast
12:00 AM
Welcome and Opening Remarks
12:00 AM
Panel Session I: Assessing Central City Performance
12:00 AM
Panel Session II: Chicago Real Estate Markets and Sectors
12:00 AM
Lunch
12:00 AM
Panel Session III: City Performance and Public Policies

Back To Top
Are central cities coming back? The case of Chicago
by Margrethe Krontoft, Dan McMillen, and William A. Testa
Chicago Fed Letter (Special Issue)
December 2001

The Center Restored: Chicago's residential price gradient reemerges
by Daniel P. McMillen
Economic Perspectives
Second Quarter 2002

Location Trends of Large Company Headquarters during the 1990s
by Thomas Klier and William Testa
Economic Perspectives
Second Quarter 2002

Are the Large Central Cities of the Midwest Reviving?
by William Testa
Economic Perspectives
Second Quarter 2001

Polycentric Urban Structure: The case of Milwaukee
by Daniel P. McMillen
Economic Perspectives
Second Quarter 2001

Back To Top