Edward Glaeser uses his NY Times Economix blog to make a fascinating case for the recent transformation of Seattle’s economy chiefly via the consolidation of human capital–a largely local and spatial argument for economic success in a global economy. Citing the UW (along with Microsoft, Starbuck’s, Amazon, etc) as key drivers of the local …Click to Read More
Aging populations are radically affecting all aspects of global economic development and quality of life. …Click to Read More
This article was sent to us by way of Matt Wilson, a University of Washington alumni and assistant professor at Ball State University. Thanks, Matt!
This article shows some of the forces of globalization that are inherent in the consumption of technology. Think about how some of those “conflict minerals” are also the reason …Click to Read More