Recently, the National League of Cities released their 2015 Cities and Unequal Recovery Report. This report detailed the changes of economic condition in various cities across the United States and what factors drove economic change.
Using data from this report, we looked to see if the perceptions of city leaders accurately reflected the reality of entrepreneurial growth in their cities. We also give four actionable steps to help boost entrepreneurship in cities.
Check out our guest post on the Cities Speak blog.
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Josh Russell is a research assistant in Research and Policy for the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, providing support with research and grants related to entrepreneurship and education.
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