Monthly Archives: January 2019

The Gig Economy in 2019

As 2019 opens for business, public debates about the size and importance of the gig economy are likely to remain in the news.  I expect we’ll see several trends over the next few months.  Certainly, we’ll see continued debate on … Continue reading

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Bold (and/or Misguided?) Predictions for 2019

For some reasons, I’ve decided to take a chance and make some predictions for what might happen in economic development policy discussions this year.  Given our current volatile political climate, this task is somewhat risky, but I’m still giving it … Continue reading

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