As nations rapidly urbanize, metropolitan areas are becoming hubs for innovation, production, trade and investment within countries and across international borders. Brookings experts examine how metropolitan areas are engaging in the world markets to create more jobs, attract global talent and investment, and spur long-term, sustainable economic growth.
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By 2044, people of color will account for a majority of the U.S. population. In the newest Brookings Essay, Jennifer Bradley examines efforts in U.S. metropolitan areas to prepare a more diverse workforce, with a particular focus on Minneapolis-St. Paul.
How Cities and Metros Are Fixing Our Broken Politics and Fragile Economy
Jennifer Bradley and Bruce Katz, June 17, 2013
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