In the US there are fears that the urbanism movement's focus on inner cities has created a wider gap of wealth and privilege. That's certainly the theme of Richard Florida's latest book, which reverses his earlier views on the importance of coll, hipster cities in attracting talent.
To what extent has this happened in Australia? Is wealth - measured by resident household incomes - concentrating near the urban core? What's the picture city by city?
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