Old structures hurt Pennsylvania's growth

Monday, March 26, 2007

That's the broad conclusion of new reports.

Over the weekend, RenewPA, an advocacy group in Pennsylvania, released three reports on the future of economic development in that state. One of the reports, competed by Brookings, represents further update of earlier work.

The basic conclusion fo the reports is that the state's policy frameworks -- its legal and political structures -- are not geared toward supporting the quality of growth that most residents of the state want.

You can read more about the reports here. You can get access to the reports from this page.

posted by Ed Morrison |

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