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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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After this week's ruling on Detroit bankruptcy, a must read on the city's growth strategy: http://t.co/iTYY8IcSur @bruce_katz @JBradley_DC
This week in #immigration, 22 "Welcoming America" cities create friendly atmospheres for their immigrants. http://t.co/QaIkzviXlf
When it comes to inequality mayors don't have to stand by and accept the status quo. Learn more: http://t.co/S8UxbRoNRU. @berubea1
Rates of upward mobility in the U.S. now rank below those in most other advanced economies. Learn what mayors can do http://t.co/S8UxbRoNRU
.@berubea1 discusses whether America’s mayors can address inequality of both income and opportunity. http://t.co/S8UxbRoNRU
How Mayors Can Grapple with Inequality http://t.co/S8UxbRoNRU. New blog from @berubea1
RT @jpmorgan: VIDEO: $JPM joined @BrookingsMetro to host the 1st London #GlobalCities Conference. See highlights here: http://t.co/hUiIuFLRh1
RT @DanEnglundMPA: Congrats to @bruce_katz on his #Knopeoftheweek award from @OregonELGL @MidwestELGL #Deserved -Learn about it here: http://t.co/nrImJPUkIU
Looking forward to great discussions at the "Getting Smarter About Smart Cities" forum on 12/9. To register, visit: http://t.co/O39fH2d5io
RT @owashb: #MetroRev iPad app updates coming soon w/stories from Houston & Denver. Preview interactive map of suburban poverty: http://t.co/JHdc2IGtGy
Join us for the "Getting Smarter About Smart Cities" event on Mon., 12/9. Register here: http://t.co/O39fH2d5io
RT @DOlsenGPI: Portland Tribune highlights @GreaterPDX Export Initiative and @bruce_katz http://t.co/u1CCUkgMkv
Panelists at next week’s #smartcities event from Barcelona, London, Arlington, Edmonton. Register here: http://t.co/JXSvJYS642
Join us Dec 9 to learn how leaders from N. America & Europe are using technology to grow their metropolitan economies http://t.co/O39fH2d5io
A smarter city uses technological innovation to integrate public services, connect w/ citizens & enhance productivity http://t.co/O39fH2d5io
In DC on Dec 9th? Join us for our #smartcities forum. For more information and registration, visit: http://t.co/O39fH2d5io
Georgia is defining the future of freight & how it can better support metropolitan economies. More here http://t.co/ZyIgBST34I #metrofreight
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.
Visit the book's site for action tools and more information »
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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