We are at a pivotal point in our history that compels a thoughtful assessment of ED strategies (innovation in particular) and reevaluation of America as an actor in global politics and soon-to-be second-largest economy. The post-WWII Age has exhausted itself. Transition into a new world era has major implications for how we conduct state and local economic development. “Can We Talk?” The Journal expands its mission in March to include a FREE online introduction to the History of American State and Local ED.
We need “A Rethink” A post-Great Recession Debate And that is what the Journal wants to promote with its March “new and improved” mission “Know thyself” used to be good advice. To conduct this debate without benefit of a two-hundred year history strikes me as an exercise doomed to failure, an exercise in egotism and […]
Economic development professionals often must serve as arbiters between ambitious developers and skeptical homeowners. They must be prepared to identify objections based entirely on self-centered biases and those reflecting the best long-range interests of the community.