How The Rise Of Post-9/11 Defense Contracting Helped Reshape Local Neighborhoods | DCist

September 10, 2021
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On September 10, 2021, the D.C. Policy Center’s article, How big of a deal is Amazon HQ2 for the DC Metro Region?, was cited by DCist:

Economist Yesim Sayin Taylor with the D.C. Policy Center wrote in a 2018 paper that Amazon would likely be “an unimpressive flare in the region’s chronic housing crisis,” in part because the region has already experienced significant growth in the number of jobs over the last two decades.

Read more: How The Rise Of Post-9/11 Defense Contracting Helped Reshape Local Neighborhoods | DCist

Related: How big of a deal is Amazon HQ2 for the DC Metro Region? | D.C. Policy Center

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