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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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Senior Fellow and Deputy Director, Metropolitan Policy Program
Senior Fellow and Policy Director, Metropolitan Policy Program
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William H. Frey
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A growing list of states have adopted or expanded versions of the federal #EITC http://t.co/iBqFkUPd5O http://t.co/6HlcrLiNzc
.@Jet, a new e-commerce site, raises questions about how goods move from place to place. http://t.co/5uR0vNA3XW @AdieTomer
Trucks are driving more miles on urban roadways. That number could continue to rise. http://t.co/5uR0vNA3XW http://t.co/D25qwoSVgR
ICYMI: Watch @amy_liuw & @EdgeReedy testifying at @WhipHoyer's #MakeItinAmerica hearing http://t.co/U3S13PhklQ
What @TeslaMotors is doing in America’s newest smokestacks-free #mfg city @bruce_katz @kellyhkline @FortuneMagazine http://t.co/OPxh9iWEuC
New blog recaps lessons from Asia Pacific Cities Summit & Mayors’ Forum in #Brisbane http://t.co/gKkH3k3Rmb #GlobalCities
Coincidence?: An 800% rise in urban trucking coincided with the rise of e-commerce shopping. http://t.co/5uR0vNA3XW http://t.co/hHJW6akAcX
.@amy_liuw addresses the importance of #advindustries to today's and tomorrow's economy at #MIIAWhatsNext. More here: http://t.co/89E3XvUV16
.@amy_liuw & @KauffmanFDN's @EdgeReedy answer questions after presenting testimony at the Make It in America hearing: http://t.co/U3S13PhklQ
"An inclusive, advanced economy must be succeeding at three levels--more Growth, more Wealth, & greater Inclusion"- @amy_liuw #MIIAWhatsNext
RT @WhipHoyer: Up next: #MIIAWhatsNext hearing panel on “The American Economy Today.” Watch live here: http://t.co/NrlblTGhTZ http://t.co/Z8YvlpOOzu
Following @amy_liuw's testimony, @EdgeReedy discusses ways to encourage innovation at Make It In America hearing http://t.co/U3S13PhklQ
.@amy_liuw testifies in Make It In America: What's Next? hearing https://t.co/XtDujJVrIM
.@amy_liuw: "Advanced industries and opportunity industries can help pave the way toward an inclusive, advanced economy" #MakeItInAmerica
"Policies should be responsive to the big structural changes in the economy that can help or complicate our task" - @amy_liuw #MIIAWhatsNext
"We need to commit, as a nation, to innovation" - @amy_liuw #MIIAWhatsNext
"Stubborn economic trends" suggest that more work needs to be done - @amy_liu #MIIAWhatsNext
Watch Live: @amy_liuw speaking about building a stronger economy at the "Make It in America" hearing.
Watch Live: @amy_liuw speaking at the "Make It in America" hearing on Capitol Hill. http://t.co/U3S13PhklQ @WhipHoyer #MIIAWhatsNext
Live at 2pm ET today (7/28), @amy_liuw testifies @ the "Make It in America" hearing. Watch: http://t.co/U3S13PhklQ @WhipHoyer #MIIAWhatsNext
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