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logistics facilities the airport itself is really the nucleus of a range of New Economy functions with the ultimate aim of bolstering the city s competiveness job creation and uality of life Further it can be boiled down to three words speed speed and speed Speed gives us competitive advantages on a global scale Therefore the airport should be the center of any city with all logistics transportation facilities warehouses etc serving the same function logistical speed The authors message is reinforced a hundred times throughout the book Nations states cities or corporations who don t adapt will be destroyed by speedier competitors This is because individual companies no longer compete their entire supply chains do Along with such supply chains come companies jobs economic develop and entire cities The authors present a number of case studies to reinforce their pointAbsent any mitigating issues there s nothing wrong with their ideas Capitalism is all about exploiting inefficiencies that others fail to see while rewarding those who realize the greater efficiencies Airports certainly contribute significantly towards that due to their role in the supply chainHowever when capitalism exploits inefficiencies to the point of exploiting human social or political rights or exploiting the environment then we might engage in some discussion about trade offs The book brings up these conflicts but defaults back to the benefits from capitalism s efficiencies For example the book extols the methods taken by the Chinese Indian and Persian Gulf nations Taxation is minimal labor is disposable and decision making is instant and irrevocable They demand highways railways and runways paying in cash They don t hesitate don t explain or second guess themselves and aren t about to let their citizens stand in the way p 193 This theme is repeated throughout the book to maximize capitalistic efficiencies and compete globally it seems that we should dispense with labor rights property rights and 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  • Aerotropolis: The Way Well Live Next
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