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Main Cities Objective: Becoming the Most Attractive City for Talented Citizens and Investors

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We are going to study the concept of City Attractiveness, what its attributes are and how can we tell how attractive a city is. We will address the two great forces that make a city attractive to talent: the emotional component and the rational component. Moving to live in a city is more than a human decision, it is a life commitment and requires rigorous evaluation. Finally we will decide the criteria to select the cities of the world to study.

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Ondiviela, J.A. (2021). Main Cities Objective: Becoming the Most Attractive City for Talented Citizens and Investors. In: Beyond Smart Cities. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-83371-8_4

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