With much of our work revolving around Regional Economic Development, we decided to host a webinar about Regional Economic Development Collaborations – sharing insights and lessons learned with our panelists:
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After a three-year hiatus, I returned to teaching Urban and Regional Economic Development at Carnegie Mellon this fall. The process of preparing for the course, and the act of engaging with twenty students who represent a new generation of economic development, has caused me to reconsider the state of the profession and where it is headed as well as what new trends are driving it. I often joke that we are teaching them how to solve the problems of the last generation with tools and policies that will create the problems for their generation to solve. I call it the full employment policy for economic development. Continue reading “Reflections on the Profession”