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Five Possible “Game Changers” for Economic Development in the U.S.

September 10, 2013

The economic recovery in the U.S. has not gained enough steam in order to produce significant increases in private investment and job creation.  While the overall unemployment rate has steadily declined, the level of joblessness, particularly for certain segments of the workforce, remains very high. … Continued

Boosting Exports as an Economic Development Strategy

August 17, 2010

Jonathan Morgan is a School of Government faculty member. One of the most fundamental theories of economic development is the idea that certain industry sectors will have a greater economic impact on a community or region because they sell goods and services outside the local economy thereby bringin … Continued