Exports, and their promotion, are a crucial component of economic recovery in the United States. By seizing opportunities in new markets, firms can create jobs and help boost the country’s competitiveness in the global economy. Brookings analyses on the export sector explore these goals and what can be done to achieve them at the federal, state and regional levels.
Reuters/Ognen Teofilovski - A group of immigrants who have made through police blockades arrive at the Gevgelija railway station August 21, 2015.
Migration and the gains from brain drains for global development
August 24, 2015, Dany Bahar
Dany Bahar examines the short- and long-term benefits and disadvantages of migration on global development, particularly as it relates to the influx of skills to societies.
U.S. Economic Performance
1998, Susan M. Collins
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The Metropolitan Policy Program at Brookings has developed the Metropolitan Export Initiative, a ground-up collaborative effort to help regional civic, business, and political leaders, with their states, create and implement customized Metropolitan Export Plans (MEPs).
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Plans for specific metro areas are below:
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