How cities are creating inclusive economies, part III

Pedestrians cross a road near a construction site.

In the last of a special three-episode series on Brookings’s Inclusive Economic Development Lab, we talk to civic leaders from Indianapolis, Nashville, and San Diego about potential solutions each of their cities are considering to address the challenges of a rapidly-changing economy.

In episodes one and two of this series, we took a closer look at some of those challenges and what city leaders learned from working with Brookings experts through the Inclusive Economic Development Lab.

Related content:

How cities are creating inclusive economies, part II

How cities are creating inclusive economies, part I

Building inclusive cities: A framework and lessons for local leaders

Committing to inclusive growth: Lessons for metro areas from the Inclusive Economic Development Lab

Opportunity for growth: How reducing barriers to economic inclusion can benefit workers, firms, and local economies

Thanks to audio producer Gaston Reboredo with assistance from Mark Hoelscher, and to producer Brennan Hoban. Additional support comes from Chris McKenna, Jessica Pavone, Eric Abalahin, Rebecca Viser, our intern Steven Lee, and from David Nassar. Special thanks to Rachel Barker who conducted the interviews you heard and helped produce this episode.

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