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2014 Summit Summary of Rountable Discussions

Sep 8, 2014   //   by PlanSmart NJ   //   2014 NJ Regional Planning Summit, Changing Economy, Changing Land Use, Economic Development, Infrastructure, Municipal Government, New Jersey, NJ, Policy, Redevelopment, Speaks Out Blog  //  Comments Off on 2014 Summit Summary of Rountable Discussions

14505884422_e6e96b9430_zFollowing our morning keynote presentation and response panels, Summit attendees were invited to discuss a series of questions in small groups at their tables over lunch. The many interesting observations recorded will guide our research in the coming year.

All tables agreed that New Jersey’s regulatory system and infrastructure funding is in a crisis, and needs to change to respond to the demands of a new economy and a changing climate.

There were recurring themes in identifying the most pressing problems: Read more >>

“Moving Forward: The Challenge of the Future”

Sep 8, 2014   //   by PlanSmart NJ   //   2014 NJ Regional Planning Summit, Changing Economy, Changing Land Use, Economic Development, Infrastructure, New Jersey, NJ, Opinion, PlanSmart NJ, Policy, Redevelopment, Speaks Out Blog  //  Comments Off on “Moving Forward: The Challenge of the Future”

innovation_economics_book-cover2-196x300Ezell PhotoSummary of Afternoon Keynote: Stephen Ezell, Senior Analyst

Powerpoint available here.

Stephen Ezell is a Senior Analyst with the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF), a Washington, D.C.-based technology and economic policy think tank, where he focuses on science, technology, and innovation policy as well as international competitiveness, trade, and manufacturing issues. He is the co-author with Dr. Robert Atkinson of Innovation Economics: The Race for Global Advantage (http://www.innovationeconomics.org).

Innovation economics is a new field that challenges neo-classical economic theories in which economics is about allocating resources, by claiming that society, i.e. government policy, can improve “dynamic efficiency” through public-private partnerships to drive sustainable economic growth. Key systems supporting an Innovation Economy are Technology, Talent, Tax, and Trade. Read more >>

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