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Kasarda, John D. (2000). Logistics and the Rise of Aerotropolis. Real Estate Issues, 25(4), 43-48.


More than a decade ago, futurist Alvin Toffler predicted that by the beginning of the 21st century one indisputable law would determine competitive success: survival of the fastest. [1] In Toffler's view, producing high-quality goods at competitive prices would still be necessary but no longer sufficient for commercial success. Speed and agility would take center stage, as industry increasingly emphasized accelerated development cycles; international sourcing and sales; flexible, customized production, and rapid delivery.


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Kasarda, John D.