Though traditional developers and policymakers have long viewed inequality as a byproduct of economic development, the tide is now changing. Here’s how.
For inclusive prosperity to be successful, it must combine the knowledge and resources of local government, anchors, and community members.
In today’s knowledge economy, it is no longer enough for cities to provide residents with opportunities for economic mobility; there has to be more.
Smaller cities require a deliberate strategy for competing for new investment and talent.
A Blueprint for Opportunity: A Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy for the City of Lynchburg
Through its implementation, this Blueprint will transform Lynchburg into a coveted destination to live and work, where every resident has an opportunity to thrive.
If Las Vegas doesn’t build some buffer around its economy it will always be a boom and bust town.