Comment 69596

By Undustrial (registered) - website | Posted September 14, 2011 at 10:44:36

I read a study a while ago which claimed that once restructuring costs were taken into account, there weren't really any cost savings. I'm not having any luck on google this morning, but if anyone can find some breakdowns (one way or the other), it would be nice to get an actual look at them.

I seem to recall something called the "law of increasing opportunity cost" from my days in economic class. It refers to the way costs tend to rise as you impose larger institutional changes at a faster pace. Might not be kind to attempts at restructuring multiple entire cities at once...

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