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Labor Market Policy Research Reports, May 2019

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CEPR regularly publishes a curated collection of original research from academic institutions and nonprofits on the state of the US labor market. The compilation is part of our ongoing effort to promote informed debate on the most important economic and social issues that affect people's lives. The Brookings Institution Growing cities that work for all: ...

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CEPR regularly publishes a curated collection of original research from academic institutions and nonprofits on the state of the US labor market. The compilation is part of our ongoing effort to promote informed debate on the most important economic and social issues that affect people's lives.


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Growing cities that work for all: A capability-based approach to regional economic competitiveness

This report aims to provide a framework and inform policymakers on how the evolving economy is reshaping communities’ distinct opportunities and strengths by proposing a plan for regions to grow quality jobs through capability-based industrial development strategies. This involves firms and cities working together to see what inputs firms need to be productive and for cities to invest in those inputs in order to be more attractive and resilient.

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