January 28, 2016
February 8, 2016, Robert Puentes and Joseph Kane
February 4, 2016, Amy Liu
February 8, 2016, Mark Muro and Bruce Katz
February 5, 2016, Mark Muro, Kelly Kline and Bruce Katz
February 3, 2016, William H. Frey
February 2, 2016, Scott Andes, Jesus Leal Trujillo and Nick Marchio
February 1, 2016, Amy Liu
January 29, 2016, Alan Berube
January 28, 2016, Scott Andes, Jesus Leal Trujillo and Nico Marchio
January 26, 2016, Alan Berube
January 20, 2016
January 19, 2016, Mark Muro and Bruce Katz
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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.
Don’t dismiss Obama’s clean transportation plan.
@rpuentes and @jwkane1 explain why it's important: https://t.co/PzatOUkFOu
Rethinking #econdev https://t.co/Hb9WFBBTeh @amy_liuw https://t.co/XFuBhi6UlI
How inclusive is your metro economy? Data for the largest 100 U.S. metros here: https://t.co/JnybEYAFDh https://t.co/I8aZ7GAY4G
How closely do the February states—#Iowa #NewHampshire #SouthCarolina & #Nevada—reflect national demographics? https://t.co/QO6aYoTR2l
In early primary states, voters are far older, whiter, & more rural than the nation as a whole https://t.co/QO6aYoTR2l #Iowa #NewHampshire
How unrepresentative are the early presidential primary states?
Translating economic growth into economic opportunity for all, in central #NewYork
William Frey walks through the primary season, state by state
Digitization creating new opportunities in #manufacturing
https://t.co/KYi4lqo5OD @kellyhkline @bruce_katz @MarkMuro1
#NewOrleans metro region has the 4th highest level of income inequality in the US
Learn more: https://t.co/KdgOjOhgp9 @berubea1
RT @MarthaHRoss: "It would be difficult to find 2 more unrepresentative states" than IA & NH, per William Frey. https://t.co/oxxlUoS1uv via @BrookingsMetro
Rankings for #growth, #prosperity, & #inclusion in the 100 largest U.S. metro areas https://t.co/AvR63hJE1x https://t.co/YKmw3MtKWv
A look at how #Sacramento & other #California metros fared in the #MetroMonitor rankings
https://t.co/thBwZgVuoJ via @foonrhee @sacbee_news
A new way to measure econ growth in US metro areas
https://t.co/JnybEYAFDh #MetroMonitor https://t.co/vjg8qbArhC
RT @MarkMuro1: "A hardware startup is no longer a contradiction in terms"--@BoltVC in new @BrookingsMetro blog https://t.co/Jviv2GPvi2 @cicnow @leslie
The digitization of everything is potentially very good for U.S. #manufacturing https://t.co/KYi4lqo5OD #IoT
Beyond #jobs, benchmarks for the U.S. economy https://t.co/Hb9WFBBTeh @amy_liuw #MetroMonitor
How upstate New York is pursuing & promoting economic inclusion https://t.co/4g3bhjXAEa @amy_liuw @CenterStateCEO
Dominic Robinson of @CenterStateCEO talks w/ @amy_liuw about the role of 'inclusion' in #econdev
The #MetroMonitor is back!
Take a look at the new rankings: https://t.co/JnybEYAFDh @chadshearer @berubea1 @JohnAndrewNg @afriedhoff
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