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Vice President and Director, Metropolitan Policy Program
The Adeline M. and Alfred I. Johnson Chair in Urban and Metropolitan Policy
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A bi-weekly newsletter providing data and outlining solutions for metropolitan areas from the Metropolitan Policy Program at Brookings.
By 2044, people of color will account for a majority of the U.S. population. In this Brookings Essay, Jennifer Bradley examines efforts in U.S. metropolitan areas to prepare a more diverse workforce, with a particular focus on Minneapolis-St. Paul.
Metropolitan Policy Program experts discuss and analyze topics key to metropolitan vibrancy and competitiveness.
Commentary and updates from the book’s authors as they travel across metropolitan America to discuss suburban poverty.
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Out of 400-plus seaports, airports, and border-crossing facilities 10 port complexes stand out. http://t.co/3YWCr4m7OR @AdieTomer @jwkane1
The top 10 ports in the U.S.
Read the latest from @AdieTomer & @jwkane1 here: http://t.co/3YWCr4m7OR #GlobalCities http://t.co/9046ULpsEL
In the U.S., 10 ports move 60 percent of all international goods by value.
The list here: http://t.co/3YWCr4m7OR @AdieTomer @jwkane1
In the U.S., leisure passengers are more likely to visit #Orlando & #LasVegas, http://t.co/sjVFnZukug @zpneal #avgeek http://t.co/BTH1xYUQim
Post-millennial America is becoming more diverse, http://t.co/Z2c7S4bgcl http://t.co/E3fhD8AMvH
Diversity Explosion is a must read this summer. Get your copy at 40% off. Here's how: http://t.co/4rKm9m4pDM
Ports primarily serve customers in other parts of the country rather than local markets http://t.co/3YWCr4m7OR @AdieTomer @jwkane1
Where you fly depends on why you fly.
A look at business vs. leisure destinations in the U.S. from @zpneal, http://t.co/sjVFnZukug
The who, what, and where of #InnovationDistricts, http://t.co/TMlI5sviEn @bruce_katz @jvey1 @wagnerjk http://t.co/QpEwZZkQbK
An opportunity to show the positive impact innovative growth can have on distressed communities, http://t.co/TMlI5sviEn #innovationdistricts
The top 10 metropolitan port complexes in the U.S., http://t.co/3YWCr4m7OR @AdieTomer @jwkane1 #GlobalCities http://t.co/FUsAvKLkWR
Mixing business and pleasure: The problem with city travel rankings
#Innovationdistricts' success will in part be defined by their broader city & regional impacts http://t.co/TMlI5sviEn http://t.co/DjoSjDxz4U
U.S. business passengers are likely to visit #NYC & #LA.
Leisure passengers are likely to visit #Orlando & #LasVegas. http://t.co/sjVFnZukug
One year after: Observations on the rise of #innovationdistricts from @bruce_katz, @jvey1 & @wagnerjk
Washington should help capitalize green banks, says @MarkMuro1
Read more in the latest blog: http://t.co/JWRVYQ0Lvd
Insights from burgeoning #innovationdistricts in the United States and Europe, http://t.co/TMlI5sviEn @bruce_katz @jvey1 @wagnerjk
Business or leisure? Economic impacts & spending patterns of visitors in cities depends on the reason for their trip. http://t.co/sjVFnZukug
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