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    Monday, January 30, 2017
    Before Walt Disney built the happiest place on earth, he relied on Buzz Price to help him locate it. A research economist who pioneered the concept of site-selection feasibility studies, Price in 1953 handpicked the 160 aces of orange groves in the then-sleepy city of Anaheim, California as the ideal location for the future home of Disneyland. It took him 12-weeks to put together his economic ...read more
    Categories: Community, Economic