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7th International Scientific Conference on Economic and Social Development

October 24 th 2014 New York, United States of America Type: Conference Topics are focused on recent challenges to modern national economies and business enterprises: Globalization and Challenges of the Modern World; Enterprise in Turbulent Environment; Entrepreneurship Caught Between Creativity and Bureaucracy Web address: NYIndex.html

Economic, Social, and Environmental Resilience of Cities

Creating sustainability within cities can be difficult. A paper by Luigi Fusco discusses how cities can develop economy synergy by fostering creativity, resilience, and sustainability (2011). His work is more focused on port cities but does highlight the concept that human elements are important considerations in the development of cities that will survive change.   These factors may actually be measured to help ensure that cities are moving in the right direction.  Creativity is a powerful energy source for redevelopment. With creativity people can solve problems, develop new products, and find new ways to doing things. This creativity helps develop an economic engine with new ideas and marketable solutions.  Synergy can be seen as the relation principles that help discus the interconnected nature of business and people. As businesses and people connect together they develop interactions that can enhance the economic system. Synergy is based on these social and business