Remote work didn't wipe out big cities — it made them even bigger

· Insider · Hillary Hoffower

Instead of wiping out big cities, remote work seems to be making them even bigger.

When urban dwellers fled for the suburbs as the pandemic first spread across the US last year, many were quick to write it off as the end of the era of “superstar cities”. But Enrico Moretti, the economist who (literally) wrote the book on superstar cities, told Bloomberg’s Justin Fox not to get carried away.

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