Manufacturing

November 3, 2011

Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom: Regaining California’s Place as America’s Opportunity Capital

Snap out of it, California! Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom spoke with Bill Allen, president and CEO of the Los Angeles Economic Development Corporation, on the trajectories of the California economy. The Golden State once led the U.S. in job growth, but these figures have slumped since the 1980s. Lt. Gov. Newsom holds that the green economy, trade, manufacturing, and a skilled workforce will play strongly towards ensuring California's future prosperity.

May 19, 2020

Bloomberg New Economy Conversations: Supply Chain Revolution

TPR excerpts a Bloomberg Live New Economy Conversation panel on the implications of COVID-19 impacts on global supply chains and a globalized trade economy more broadly with borders closed to movement of goods and people at a level unseen since the Cold War.

May 4, 2020

The Los Angeles Coalition’s Insight into a Strategic LA Economic Recovery

LA Coalition's Michael Kelly argues that it is essential for policymakers to understand the interactions of three major components—economic specialization, human capital formation, and institutional factors— to determine how well a regional economy will cope; and that cross silos collaboration be the rule to address the complex challenges of the post-COVID “new economy.”

April 20, 2016

Katz: Global Economy Favors Regions That Strategically Invest in Infrastructure and Human Capital

Bruce Katz explores the increasing importance of innovation-oriented metropolitan areas in a changing global context.

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