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For Fast-Growing Metro Economies, Don't Look to the U.S. or Europe

The vast majority of high performing metro areas last year were in the Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Latin American regions

Connecticut Looks to Jumpstart Its Clean Economy

The state is providing capital to clean energy companies when the private sector won't

How Stuck Are America's Homeowners, Really?

Two studies come to very different conclusions

In Tennessee, All Innovation Is Regional

A governor's ambitious plan to foster knowledge-based jobs across the state

Innovative State and City Government Solutions to Watch in 2012

A special report from the Brookings-Rockefeller Project on State and Metropolitan Innovation looks at local solutions to our national woes

Do Cities Need Universities to Survive?

Four university presidents detail what they can (and can't) provide a city

Downtown Detroit's Big Booster

Native businessman Dan Gilbert is bringing business and development downtown

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How Economic Development Helps the World's Women

Understanding the connection between women's opportunity and the world's development patterns

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The Geography of Women's Economic Opportunity

Mapping the treatment and opportunities afforded to women around the world

Why Do Some Neighborhoods Get Overrun With Chain Stores, While Others Don't?

Researchers are working on better understanding the interrelated shifts of retail, demographics, and hyperlocal economies

No One Wants to Move to Vietnam’s New Cities

The five new cities outside of Hanoi are struggling to attract residents and businesses

Which Countries Pay Blue Collar Workers the Most?

Manufacturing compensation is closely related to productivity, global economic competitiveness and overall human development

Doha’s Hotel Boom

Qatar is anticipating crowds for the 2022 World Cup but may be building too many accommodations

List of the Day: America's Power Regions

New Geography's list of the five areas that will do best post-election day, no matter who wins

The Fading, Old-Timey Ads of New York City

A photographer documents the Big Apple that was through old billboards and street advertisements

The Emerging and Interconnected 'Megapolitan' Regions

The next urban agglomerations will be big, populated and crucial to the economy

More on What’s Left Over After Paying for Housing – Income Edition

Which cities come out on top when we look at a broader definition of wealth

The Delusion and Deception in Megaproject Cost Estimates

Toronto's planned Crosstown light rail project looks to mitigate colossal budget overruns