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Defeating poverty one cent at a time

The Numbers Ever since the United Nations set a goal to end extreme global poverty by 2030, the world has been improving bit by bit. More...

Thoughts on strategy in a networked world

Over the years, I have collected a number of thoughts on developing strategies in a globally connected world. In a globally connected world, isolation is More...

Featured Contributor: Ed Morrison

In this edition of our Featured Contributor series, I had the opportunity to chat to Ed Morrison about his work in the economic development field. More...

Migration: Demise of the Global City

In this post for the Sustainable Cities Collective, Jim Russell takes a look at the impact of gentrification on cities when it comes to migration and the More...

The metropolitan revolution

There is a great importance of metro areas in America and the highlights of innovation districts.  Properly setting up cities requires immense leadership by broad-minded More...

The case for global cities

The video found in this article goes into detail with regards to two questions:  Why are cities pertinent to the World and why are global More...

Regional Review: Globalization is vital part of midwest states’ economies

Mali R. Schantz-Feld at Area Development looks at how states in the American Midwest are taking an active part to build their own destiny. While manufacturing has More...

Urbanization and local economic development

The paradox of globalization is that cities have emerged as critical sites for economic development.  While our supply and value chains are expanding into new More...

New report: We’re not as connected as we think

We recently released the DHL Global Connectedness Index 2012, which tracks the depth and breadth of trade, capital, information, and people flows across 140 countries More...