Pennsylvania has historically been an innovation leader, but this economy has gone flat with the scaling back of public investment. This report provides insights on what leaders can do to overcome this challenge.
Not just a sign of inequality, "wealth work" is important both because it is now a significant feature of urban economies and because it presages at least one vision of the "future of work" at a time when society is wondering what such "new work"...
While looking at number of influences on the presidential vote outcome, we found that in a year of massive divides, one particular economic split stands out. With few exceptions Clinton won every large-sized county economy in the country.
A divide has emerged between those who believe building more housing will make cities more affordable and equitable, and those who see limited or mixed effects.
Mark Muro"Solving the affordable-housing problem is not an either/ or proposition, it is both/and: better jobs, higher wages, more transit, place-based policies to assist lagging cities, and a more robust social-safety net." [email protected]_Florida