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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.
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.
RT @MarthaHRoss: 60% of #healthcare workers have less than a BA. Can't achieve the #tripleaim w/o them. http://t.co/cmaO89ETsp #wkdev http://t.co/ijUhqlCo3g
If the Asia-Pacific’s 100 largest metro areas were a single country, they would be the largest nat'l economy on earth http://t.co/3Sq9wK7PG5
Higher minority voter turnout was responsible for Obama’s 2012 election. http://t.co/vU5QTEWiM0 #DiversityExplosion http://t.co/luqEDZYXu1
Cities are losing black populations while suburbs gain http://t.co/lMzlWe4LvO. http://t.co/Sl0pPwGhtr
5 facts about Asia-Pacific metro economies.
Read the latest blog post from @joeparilla & @jesus_leal: http://t.co/3Sq9wJQeOx
RT @NatalieHolmes3: Did you know 26 states + DC have a supplemental #EITC? (http://t.co/511L7ZWnyM) & check out great work by expert @EricaWilli @CenterOnBudget
GDP growth in #AsiaPacific metros vs the entire global economy
http://t.co/3Sq9wK7PG5 @joeparilla @jesus_leal http://t.co/tU8SCNgipc
.@amy_liuw reflects on nearly 5 yrs of work changing the way states & metro areas approach economic development http://t.co/mPdH5Sui0j.
Black flight to the suburbs is on the rise. http://t.co/lMzlWe4LvO http://t.co/oHlO7epdLu
Hard lessons from transforming regional and state economies. Read the latest from @amy_liuw: http://t.co/mPdH5SLToT. http://t.co/M2qzFdNmqs
Map: Metro suburbs with the largest gains in their black populations.
Learn more: http://t.co/lMzlWe4LvO http://t.co/HgobJc0IMh
1 in 5 people in #Baltimore live in extreme poverty, unfortunately not much different than other major U.S. cities. http://t.co/M5fUcVdX5X
.@amy_liuw writes about PSMI work in 29 metro areas & states.
Learn more about the project: http://t.co/mPdH5Sui0j http://t.co/JV6YcohL9D
States adopt and adapt the #EITC to address local need.
New blog post from @berubea1 & @NatalieHolmes3: http://t.co/iBqFkUPd5O
To drive economic growth, U.S. metros should build relationships in the Asia-Pacific region. http://t.co/90CL8lybos @DOlsenGPI
Read about the states & metro areas championing the next generation of economic development http://t.co/mPdH5SLToT. http://t.co/ptb7y8ARSo
States are getting on board w/ the #EITC.
Learn more here: http://t.co/iBqFkUPd5O @berubea1 @NatalieHolmes3 http://t.co/GrZ4Ew9Aew
RT @bruce_katz: “The options at the local level are limitless.” http://t.co/UtrkXHLAYh #TEDxHamburg #metrorev @TEDxHamburg http://t.co/isoky2s08k
"#EITC remains one of the best tools we have to fight poverty."
- @berubea1 & @NatalieHolmes3
Learn more: http://t.co/iBqFkUPd5O
A growing list of states have adopted or expanded versions of the federal #EITC http://t.co/iBqFkUPd5O http://t.co/6HlcrLiNzc
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