Economist tells Akron group that attracting talent is key to thriving cities
Economist Joe Cortright believes in vibrant urban cities. The president of Impresa Economics and author of the book Young and Restless was the opening speaker Tuesday night in the three-part University Park Alliance Urban Innovators Speaker Series at the historic Andrew Jackson House.
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#1 Jan 19, 2010
Economists are a dime a dozen and are usually wrong. Seems everyday they are wondering why their predictions on the economy were off.
I hope this guy wasnt paid.
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#2 Jan 19, 2010
like weathermen they have a job they can be wrong80% and not get fired teehee
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