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Summary: Planning for Shared Prosperity or Growing Inequality? (2000)

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We point to a growing body of research indicating that economic inequality actually inhibits overall regional growth,3 and believe the only successful path towards building a healthy and prosperous economy is the one that meets the needs of every actor in our regional economy – workers, employers and communities.

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