Competitiveness of States & Regions
Prosperity levels vary dramatically within nations, states and cities. Our research shows that most of the critical drivers of competitiveness are regional—meaning such disparities can’t be addressed by macroeconomic policies alone. Working with policymakers and industry leaders, the Institute has developed new tools and collaborative mechanisms to boost competitiveness, entrepreneurship, and new business growth at the microeconomic level.
More about Michael Porter’s competitiveness frameworks