Gramlich on smart growth, at the Cleveland Fed

SPEECH - In a speech to the Cleveland Fed Conference made on 7 November, Edward Gramlich of the Federal Reserve said the fundamental principle of smart growth is that development should be of a holistic nature. That is, rather than just paying attention to job or output growth, communities should focus on improvements in the ultimate quality of life of individuals.

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