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Regional inequality is a persistent and growing issue. As we are in a period of rapid demographic and technological change, regional stakeholders need to adapt to these changes to have broad-based economic growth and prosperity. In this webinar, Dr. Treyz will evaluate the effects of emerging technologies and the changing population structure on the U.S. and regional economies. We examine strategies for successful economic development: logistics; energy and electric vehicles; knowledge centers; and quality-of-life.
The webinar examines Federal funding available for economic development, energy, and infrastructure. Dr. Treyz will conclude with a case study of the CHIPs Act and the Micron microchip facility in upstate New York.