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Series: A Primer on African Agriculture Policy II

Assumption I:  Agricultural Development Drives Economic Development

If you look at the most recent reports of CAADP or even international development organizations, you will find riddled throughout those well researched papers… 2,352 more words

Smarth Growth -Kelso,WA

Strategic Economics went to Kelso, Washington this past week as we work towards developing a Smart Growth Economic Development Toolkit for the Environmental Protection Agency. Dena and Dominic participated in community meetings, with workshops focused on three areas in the South Kelso neighborhood. 12 more words

Economic Development

Changing Seasons spell changes for Business

September is here and the children have returned to school.  This serves as a reminder that the season is changing and fall will soon be here.  405 more words

Halton Small Business Centre

Strut your Stuff Lake of the Woods: Getting seniors, youth and businesses connected

Baudette connects to Canada via a bridge built by local entrepreneur. Bernadine Joselyn was quick enough to make the connection to that bridge and the current growing connection/use of the Internet. 641 more words


Paris Startup Job Fair by Rude Baguette

After talking about people getting back to work and school last week, I attended my first Rude Baguette job fair at the Centquatre in Paris. The event is quite different than most other career fairs in Paris, because it is in English (for the most part), and it is centered on startups. 245 more words

Step highlights local undergraduate talent in Isle of Man Programme

The 2014 Step Isle of Man Programme final took place recently with a record number of undergraduate projects being presented.

Step offers undergraduates the opportunity to complete specific projects in paid employment with businesses, allowing them to put their studies into practice in a real business situation. 386 more words


Lower taxes boost income growth in Saskatchewan

Incomes in Saskatchewan are growing more quickly than in most other provinces, thanks largely to lower income taxes, according to the latest report from Sask Trends Monitor, a Regina-based monthly statistical newsletter. 33 more words