Immigration and Decentralizing Cities with Saskia Sassen

World renowned urban sociologist and professor at Columbia University in New York, Saskia Sassen explains how city size and openness play a role in cosmopolitan cultural development. She highlights the stark contrast between smaller and larger cities and their abilities to accommodate the influx of not only migrants but also the “thick” local cultures which influence overall quality of life.

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