economic development

Tax incentives are never a good investment by cities and probably didn't affect the company's decision anyway.
A 184-year-old federal ban on Native American-owned distilleries is ending.
“I’m worried that none of this money is going to flow where it’s really needed."
Kim is preparing for a high-stakes summit with Trump in Singapore on June 12.
For several years now, gender experts within the development field have been rallying around an argument that no one can
As President Trump settles into the White House, Americans for the Arts and arts advocates across the country (including
His memoir mixes key elements of our society's decades-in-the-making divisive reality whose apex culminated on November 8
wellcomeimages.org Many of us who work at these institutions think that this centrality is being challenged, and that the
Crossposted from UN Women. “I feel empowered because the business plan I developed and implemented will allow my family to
The ongoing everyday struggle of Native Americans to live a life of self-determination in the midst of an economy plagued
This holiday season I'm thankful that through my work leading this homegrown industry, I constantly meet communities and
Defense expenditure in any country is like joining the mafia and once joined, no one can leave it. Hence, defense expenditure
The local businesses that sign on also reap enormous benefits. Hack the Hood typically works with mom-and-pop shops whose
If the Great Recession resulted in a slower rebound for many areas of our regional economy, so, too, did that period of economic
Perhaps of greatest significance to a nation bloodied by its recent past, Kagame has achieved a model of post-conflict justice
Mama Nalepo in her shop in the local market of Mamura village in Arusha, Tanzania. Photo: UN Women/Deepika Nath To see the
Sakina, Drocella, Christine, Francesa, and Jordana embody the attributes of entrepreneurs everywhere: capturing opportunities
It's been one year since world leaders gathered at the United Nations to adopt the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): a critical set of commitments by global leaders to end poverty, safeguard our environment and achieve gender parity within the next 15 years.
We are not meant to be in service to the economy. The economy is meant to be in service to us. Yet today many of us feel powerless to an economic system that is collectively leading to results that no one wants. We have been taught scarcity and hyper-individualism, that it is "us versus them." Nowhere more so than in business.