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Vice President and Director, Metropolitan Policy Program
The Adeline M. and Alfred I. Johnson Chair in Urban and Metropolitan Policy
Co-Director and Senior Fellow, Metropolitan Policy Program
Senior Fellow and Deputy Director, Metropolitan Policy Program
Senior Fellow and Policy Director, Metropolitan Policy Program
Senior Fellow, Metropolitan Policy Program
William H. Frey
A bi-weekly newsletter providing data and outlining solutions for metropolitan areas from the Metropolitan Policy Program at Brookings.
Metropolitan Policy Program experts discuss and analyze topics key to metropolitan vibrancy and competitiveness.
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The prototypical family of the suburban era now represents only 20% of households, down from over 40% in 1970. http://t.co/zfXzeuwP3F
Innovation Districts are found in #Atlanta, #Cambridge, #Detroit, #Philadelphia, #SanFrancisco and #StLouis http://t.co/zfXzeuwP3F #metrorev
"A remarkable shift is occurring in the spatial geography of innovation" - @bruce_katz. To learn more visit: http://t.co/zfXzeuwP3F
Metro #SanDiego imports more than 80% of all the energy it consumes. This stat showcases need for long-term planning http://t.co/lLR9fy8cS5
"Big Idea 2014: Goodbye Silicon Valley, Hello Silicon Cities" http://t.co/zfXzeuwP3F @bruce_katz
#SanDiego is one of the nation’s most important exporters of high-value manufactured goods. http://t.co/lLR9fy8cS5 #metrofreight
What's the Big Idea for 2014? @bruce_katz says "Goodbye Silicon Valley, Hello Silicon Cities" http://t.co/zfXzeuwP3F @LinkedIn
Close connection between innovation & mfg gives #SanDiego advantages in the national & global economy http://t.co/lLR9fy8cS5 @BillFultonSD
Generating power locally can help #SanDiego ensure its prosperity is more sustainable & less vulnerable to disruption http://t.co/lLR9fy8cS5
Traded goods that flow in and out of #SanDiego have highest average value in the nation at $3,445/ton. http://t.co/lLR9fy8cS5 #metrofreight
"San Diego: Linking Up Innovation and Local Manufacturing" http://t.co/lLR9fy8cS5. New #metrofreight blog from @BillFultonSD
Thanks for following our #citysmart discussion. Full event video will be available soon on our event page: http://t.co/O39fH2d5io
RT @bruce_katz: RT @CommonWealthMag Todays Download: Can Mayor Walsh battle inequality http://t.co/aCQjGn5Daw | highlights @berubea1: http://t.co/kjZKCEKpS0
RT @owashb: Government will never have enough money & intelligence; it must be the platform and empower innovators. Chris Vein @WorldBank #citysmart
Building smart cities is about people. Technology is an enabler not the goal. Chris Vein #citysmart
Four top lessons from Chris Vein #citysmart http://t.co/fRrHxf6Pql
In a digital world, delivery informs policy. Start with citizen first and policy will follow - Chris Vein #citysmart
Office of @newurbanmechs in Boston and now Philly is unleashing an "innovation army" - Chris Vein #citysmart
Songdo, South Korea - a notorious smart city - lacks an ecosystem. Wasn't designed with citizens in mind - Chris Vein #citysmart
Every 45 seconds the worldwide urban population increases by 100 people #citysmart
In the face of federal gridlock, metropolitan areas are stepping up with solutions. In The Metropolitan Revolution book and iPad app, Bruce Katz and Jennifer Bradley show how metro leaders are reshaping our economy and fixing our broken political system.
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Suburbia is home to the largest and fastest growing poor population in the country and more than half of the metropolitan poor.
In their new book, Elizabeth Kneebone and Alan Berube offer anti-poverty strategies that work region-wide.
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Fellow and Director, Metropolitan Export Initiative, Metropolitan Policy Program
"The U.S. doesn't have an export culture."
"The U.S. doesn't have an export culture."
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