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Bennett Harrison (27 June 1942 Jersey City - 17 January 1999, Brooklyn Heights) was a leading urban economist and writer. Bennett published a book in 1997, Lean and Mean, challenging a widely held belief that small and medium firms or businesses are responsible for the majority of economic innovation, growth and job creation.
- Bennett Harrison, 56, Urban Economist, Dies The New York Times
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