Syracuse, NY — A recent report from an institute in New York City has shed light on the process of globalization and its effects on city management, urban space, and urban law. Globalization has had a positive impact in some parts of the state, but it has left New York City with a lower proportion of industrial jobs with decent salaries than any other American city. This has contributed to the decline in income levels outside of Manhattan. The report, available online, identifies the state's main assets to support a competitive response to globalization in New York and is based on SUNY's strategic plan. Simultaneously with the decline of the manufacturing industry and the lack of good-paying jobs, New York State experienced a dramatic increase in immigration, predominantly in the New York City region. Between 1970 and 2000, a period that closely follows the rise of the current global economy, New York State lost 50 percent of its manufacturing jobs, a greater decline than that of Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, Massachusetts, New Jersey and all the other Northeastern and Midwestern states examined.
This caused people to record in people's minds the image of a “wounded” New York. The dedicated media coverage of this event caused people to record in people's minds the image of a “wounded” New York. With this report, New York business and community leaders, policy makers and the general public will be better informed to collaborate and take action to provide a competitive response to globalization and ensure a better future for New Yorkers. The report provides an in-depth analysis of how globalization has impacted New York City's urban landscape. It examines how globalization has affected job opportunities, income levels, immigration patterns, and city management. It also looks at how these changes have impacted the city's infrastructure and public services.
The report also provides recommendations for how to respond to globalization in order to ensure a better future for all New Yorkers. The report is an invaluable resource for anyone interested in understanding how globalization has impacted New York City's urban landscape. It provides an insightful look into how globalization has changed the city and what can be done to ensure that all New Yorkers benefit from these changes. By understanding how globalization has impacted the city, policy makers can make informed decisions that will benefit all citizens.