What makes small communities good–and effective?

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    Gregory Bair

    Humans are inherently social beings. That is part of why communities exist, and it factors into why and how we are drawn to certain communities over o
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    Justin Moorhead

    Gregory Blair picks up on a theme I explored with attendees at the 2017 Economic Development Corporation’s beneficiary conference. That presentation is in the archive section of Under the Markets

    Re-Thinking Development to Include Inclusion and Place

    I suggest that a successful economic development directed at promoting new business formation turns less on the benefits extended to attract new businesses but the quality of life the community offers owners, workers and their families. In the final analysis, businesses want to be where their workers choose to live and the quality of life offered by a community is what drives living choices.

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