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The Brookings Cafeteria

Jul 29, 2016


After the conventions, a presidential election update from John Hudak.

In the interview, Mark Muro, senior fellow and policy director of the Metropolitan Policy Program discusses a plan to address the economic boom-bust cycle in states that rely heavily on “fracking” and how this plan can spur innovation, inclusive economic development, and de-carbonization in the U.S.

Also in this podcast a Coffee Break from Eyerusalem Siba, research fellow with the Africa Growth Initiative in the Global Economy and Development program. 


Permanent trust funds: Funding economic change with fracking revenues

Busted: State budgets feel fracking crash

Look to advanced industries to help drive productivity gains

Enabling female entrepreneurs and beyond

Bloomberg’s Clinton endorsement signals a big business problem for Trump and the GOP