Six Predictions for the New Year

Gruen, Aaron
January 2012
Planning;Jan2012, Vol. 78 Issue 1, p56
Trade Publication
The author discusses several economic development strategies for the U.S. economy in 2012. He notes the role of collaborative communities in establishing effective land-use plans and regulations to ease development and redevelopment, as well as the implication of social capital on economic and fiscal performance. Furthermore, the author suggests the nation to review its immigration policies to aid in job creation and immigration of well-educated and highly skilled people.


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