At one of the ‘firestarter’ sessions at the 2019 Kauffman ESHIP Summit in Kansas City, Dell Gines of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, explained how his hometown, Omaha, Nebraska, reflects a national issue: cities that live in both prosperity and poverty. To solve this, he said proposed a need for a new, more inclusive model of economic development. External article – Watch the talk.
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