This week’s Latest in Economic Development looks at a new regional partnership in St. Louis, ideas for improved small business permitting, more on a library co-working space, and the economic development effects of the sequester. Have thoughts to add? Comment below or send to firstname.lastname@example.org. St. Louis City and County announced a new partnership for
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The skills mismatch debate underscores why a solitary focus on college completion is insufficient to build competitive regional economies. The paradox of persistent unemployment and unfilled jobs has many analysts pointing to a skills mismatch in the economy. This widely accepted hypothesis has come under fire recently, with implications for local and regional economic development.
This week’s Latest in Economic Development focuses on craft beer, Cincinnati’s pursuit of water technology, what’s next for Las Vegas, Super Bowl driven interstate competition, and Chinese Foreign Direct Investment. Have things to add? Comment below or email me at email@example.com. Get the last edition of “The Latest in Economic Development” here. Cincinnati strives to
The following post was written by Michael Karpman, Senior Associate for Outreach in NLC’s Institute for Youth, Education and Families. Municipal involvement in education has been steadily increasing for at least two decades. Yet there continues to be a common misperception that mayors who care about education but don’t govern their school districts have few