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As Katz and Bradley (2013) document, the confluence of partisan politics and budget cuts have left the federal government and to a lesser extent, state governments impotent to address the countless economic and education challenges facing the United States. Out of necessity, metros and regions are taking the lead in collaborating, innovating, and governing in Post-Recession America. Instead of waiting for federal or state governments to impose prescriptive, one-size fits all “solutions,” localities are seizing opportunities to strengthen their economies by working with stakeholders to develop policies tailored to their unique and complicated needs.
Budget; Economics; Education; Partisanship; Political science
Economic Policy | Economics | Education | Education Policy | Political Science | Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration
Damore, D. F.,
The Case for a New College Governance Structure in Nevada: Integrating Higher Education with Economic Development.
The Lincy Institute Policy Brief Education Series(5),
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