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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.
Commentary and updates from the book’s authors as they travel across metropolitan America to discuss suburban poverty.
Is income inequality really unrelated to education?
@jtrothwell weighs-in here: http://t.co/jXoKZ3iWLe
.@iamjohnoliver raises an important point : Why do we only care about infrastructure when a tragedy occurs? http://t.co/gnkF0AM72K @rpuentes
What the U.S. manufacturing sector can learn from the German system - http://t.co/UiU6ori1Zb
@joeparilla @jesus_leal @berubea1 #globalcities
#AdvIndustries made outsized contributions to jobs growth from 2010-2013 in 72 of the 100 largest metro areas http://t.co/Bs5IFKvHNV
It is time to get serious about investing in all workers, including immigrants.
More in a new blog http://t.co/Ra5XD8LNPq @JillHWilson
RT @bruce_katz: Detroit funnels $131 Billion, or nearly half of all goods that move by truck btwn US & Canada http://t.co/CpNU5Q29MB http://t.co/RkCzP80yjG
Two takes on the new opportunities for healthcare workers from @nytvideo (http://t.co/a2ssOOoLTg) & @MarthaHRoss (http://t.co/P4mq4ZLN5t)
While debates over several upcoming transportation bills continue, @AdieTomer & @jwkane1 offer a path forward http://t.co/CRW607aOXj
In a new blog, @amy_liuw & @owashb explain what a new generation of economic development looks like. http://t.co/DBPNgjSvTC
Many #AdvIndustries added jobs from 2010-2013.
Learn more here: http://t.co/Bs5IFKvHNV @MarkMuro1
Trade plays crucial role in our nat'l economy but the nation conducts trade without a coordinated freight program. http://t.co/bRiznyF7P9
RT @centreforlondon: Much agreement at #GlobalCities that greater access to localised data is key if UK cities/regions are to develop informed exports strategies
.@joeparilla, @jesus_leal & @berubea1 share lessons from our #globalcities trip to Munich: http://t.co/UiU6ori1Zb http://t.co/yqB3IXXUBV
RT @jpmorgan: .@BrookingsMetro research shows that the 100 largest US cities account for around 75% of exports of goods & services. #GlobalCities
RT @LDN_pressoffice: .@MayorofLondon signs up for #globalcities & confirms opportunities for small businesses to make overseas trade links http://t.co/5MxDsR4cxr
It’s time for a national freight investment program. @AdieTomer & @jwkane1 discuss what that would look like http://t.co/CRW607aOXj
We’re introducing the Metropolitan Innovations blog series.
Our first post - http://t.co/DBPNgjSvTC - on quality economic development
Computer system design companies like @IBM & @Cognizant led the way for #AdvIndustries post-recession job growth: http://t.co/vcamtmz4vZ
What practices from the German model can we apply to U.S. manufacturing?
Read our new paper: http://t.co/UiU6ori1Zb http://t.co/cfAGiA0zXO
Computer systems design +260K jobs btwn '10-'13
#AdvIndustries driving critical job growth http://t.co/Bs5IFKvHNV @SidKulkarni88 @MarkMuro1
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