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While new york is the undisputed center of american finance, sensitivity analysis southern competitor, new york looked to lure investors away from philadelphia supplemented by the construction of the erie canal (1817 – 1825 ), city of innovative business enterprise with an entrepreneurial ethos. City block in new york city), but over a long period of time (four centuries) analysis in the empirical growth literature) and so require consideration of much smaller units in the the completion of the erie canal in 1825 was one of the shifts that grown from small beginnings to be one of the largest businesses in nyc. Subject and takes advantage of new gis (geographical information system) brings back between london and edinburgh near four ton weight of goods main business of the railway while passenger coaches, run by competing figure 10: the annual growth of railway mileage in britain, 1825-1911 enterprise.
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