CEO's for Cities - The Metropolitan Revolution

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Bruce Katz speaking to the CEO's for Cities fall conference about his book, The Metropolitan Revolution

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CEO's for Cities - The Metropolitan Revolution

  1. 1. @Bruce_Katz #MetroRev CEO’s for Cities Grand Rapids, MI September 30, 2013www.metrorevolution.org
  2. 2. A Pivotal Decade1
  3. 3. jobs needed post-recession 10.1 million More Jobs Better Jobs poor or near poor in 2000 81 million poor or near poor in 2011 107 million
  4. 4. HUMAN CAPITAL INNOVATION MANUFACTURING INFRASTRUCTURE STEM ADVANCED ENERGY EXPORTS R&D OPPORTUNITY Pre-Recession Economy Next Economy
  5. 5. “Something has gone terribly wrong when the biggest threat to our American economy is the American Congress.” Senator Joe Manchin III
  6. 6. 57.4%mandatory spending 6.3%interest 36.3%discretionary spending 2012 61.6%mandatory spending 14.4%interest 24.0%discretionary spending 2023A Structural Change to the Federal Budget INFRASTRUCTURE HOUSING EDUCATION R&D DEFENSE
  7. 7. 57.4%mandatory spending 61.6%mandatory spending 2012 2023A Structural Change to the Federal Budget
  8. 8. 21.3%social security 21.0%health care 10.0%income security 23.8%social security 28.0%health care 5.9%income security 2012 2023A Structural Change to the Federal Budget
  9. 9. The Metropolitan Revolution2
  10. 10. 75% GDP Top 100 Metros Share of US Totals Source: Brookings Analysis of BEA, Census Data 66% population 12% land area
  11. 11. 66% 74% Metros Concentrate National Assets Top 100 Metro Share of US Totals 85% 90% 92% 92% Population Bachelor’s Degrees Foreign Born Population Advanced Industry Employment Patents Airline Boardings
  12. 12. View onYouTube
  13. 13. NORTHEAST OHIO Manufacturing Network LOS ANGELES LA 30/10 HOUSTON Neighborhood Centers DETROIT Innovation District DENVER FasTracks PORTLAND Export Plan NEW YORK Applied Sciences
  14. 14. NORTHEAST OHIO Manufacturing Network
  15. 15. NORTHEAST OHIO Manufacturing Network new jobs 10,000 new payroll $330 million new investment over nine years $1.9 billion
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  17. 17. LOS ANGELES LA 30/10 HOUSTON Neighborhood Centers NORTHEAST OHIO Manufacturing Network DETROIT Innovation District NEW YORK Applied Sciences DENVER FasTracks PORTLAND Export Plan
  18. 18. Starting Your Own Revolution3
  19. 19. 1 Metropolitan NetworkGovernment Create Your Network
  20. 20. NEW YORK Applied Sciences 1 Create Your Network DETROIT Innovation District NORTHEAST OHIO Manufacturing Network
  21. 21. Set Your Vision2 Manufacturing Exports Human Capital Clean Economy METROPOLITAN ECONOMIC DASHBOARD
  22. 22. NEW YORK Finance Jobs New YorkUnited States 8% 18% Science & Engineering Jobs New YorkBostonSan Jose 14% 7% 4% DETROIT 3%Land mass 11%Businesses 37%Jobs Set Your Vision2 PORTLAND Export Intensity 13% 24% PortlandUnited States Clean Economy 27,489 clean jobs
  23. 23. Find Your Game Changer3 A significant intervention that fundamentally alters your economic profile and/or performance. Game Changer ˈgām ˈchānjər(n)
  24. 24. Find Your Game Changer3 NEW YORK Applied Sciences Setting a new institutional platform for innovation NORTHEAST OHIO Manufacturing Network Enable existing firms in manufacturing to innovate more DETROIT Innovation District Realize the potential of the new geography of innovation
  25. 25. View onYouTube
  26. 26. @Bruce_Katz #MetroRev www.metrorevolution.org CEO’s for Cities Grand Rapids, MI September 30, 2013
  27. 27. @Bruce_Katz #MetroRev www.metrorevolution.org

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