/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/jkotkin_logo.png 0 0 Joel Kotkin /wp-content/uploads/2017/01/jkotkin_logo.png Joel Kotkin2010-12-23 22:12:452017-02-24 16:51:18A New Era For The City-state?
Appearing in:Forbes.comThe city-state, a relic dating back to…
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Appearing in:Forbes.comIn his headier and hunkier days, Arnold…
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Appearing in: Forbes.com The end of stimulus — as well as the power shift in Congress — will have a profound effect on which regions and states can position themselves for the longer-term recovery. Nowhere will this be more critical than in the battle for brains. In the past, and the present, places have competed for smart, high-skilled newcomers by building impressive physical infrastructure and offering incentives and inducements for companies or individuals. But the battle for the brains — and for long-term growth — is increasingly tied to whether a state can maintain or expand its state-supported higher education.