Cleveland is part of one of the leading ‘mega-regions’ powering the world economy

We think a lot about the potential of greater regionalism in Northeast Ohio, but on a local level, it’s not easy to make changes. This article in CityLab, though, notes that Cleveland is part of a highly successful region in the context of the global economy.

Professor Richard Florida and colleagues at the University of Toronto’s School of Cities crunched some numbers and determined that “it’s not nation states or even cities, but mega-regions—combinations of multiple metro areas—that are the real forces” powering the economy worldwide.

Read more at Crain’s Cleveland Business