Knowledge-Based Economic Development
Regions succeed or fail based on the resilience and flexibility with which their industries, institutions, and workers anticipate and respond to change. The Center for Regional Economics seeks to understand, showcase, and support policies that foster university and private sector R&D activity and the effective commercialization of new ideas, promote high-tech industrial development, and advance employee attraction, retention, and upskilling initiatives.
Hispanic Essential Workers in California
A report offering policy recommendations to address the economic and health care inequities that Hispanic essential workers experience in California.Read the Report