In Case You Missed It…
The latest round-up of all EIG-related content.
We have been hard at work at EIG in 2017. From producing original research to working with a diverse group of partners to championing innovative policy, we are working every day to address our nation’s most pressing economic challenges.
Recently, we have shared our thoughts on President Trump’s most critical challenge, held discussions on the decline of economic dynamism with media from coast to coast, and applauded champions of the Investing in Opportunity Act. Here is a roundup of our latest hits:
With rates of dynamism shrinking, geographic concentration is on the rise as fewer places power national growth than ever before.…www.foxnews.com
Six Ways to Understand America’s Dynamism Crisis: Six charts that illustrate how the American economy has fundamentally changed since the Great Recession.
How dynamic is the U.S. economy? Far less dynamic than it used to be, according to EIG’s latest report, Dynamism in…medium.com
Letter to the Editor: Solution to revitalize Ohio’s ‘left behind’ communities. By John W Lettieri; Columbus Dispatch.
Rep. Pat Tiberi is leading the charge to reverse these trends for Ohio residents living in distressed areas by sponsoring the Investing in Opportunity Act. www.dispatch.com
EIG’s Quarterly Entrepreneurship Reading Guide: Winter 2017. The latest and greatest research and commentary from the field.
EIG in the News —
Unlike most cities, Charleston has added businesses since the recession. By Thad Moore; Post and Courier.
”What you see in the ‘macro’ of the U.S. is also playing out in South Carolina,” said, John Lettieri, the think tank’s co-founder. www.postandcourier.com
Each weekday morning from 5AM to 10AM, Ross brings a fresh perspective to the news, politics, culture and everyday life…khow.iheart.com
The big squeeze on Wisconsin’s entrepreneurs. By David D. Haynes; Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.
Numbers to Know —
30pieces of literature to read in our Quarterly Entrepreneurship Reading Guide: Winter 2017.
1700 businesses opened in the Charleston, SC area in 2014. Read more from Thad Moore in “Unlike most cities, Charleston has added businesses since the recession.