December 18, 2015

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In Boston, tracking data to score government progress

In the latest installment of Urban Ideas, NewsHour's Megan Thompson reports on Boston's CityScore initiative to use data and analysitcs to help improve operations, better measure performance and increase efficiency. With insights from NYU Innovation Labs director Neil Kleiman and Mayor Martin Walsh. 

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Media coverage of latest National Resource Network report assessing economically challenged cities in California:  

 
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77 California cities on ‘economically challenged’ list
Dan Walters
 
 
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New report shows California becoming a tale of two economies
Steve Greenhut
 
 
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EDITORIAL: Challenged cities in Inland Empire
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The Big Picture: Challenged California
Carla Marinucci, Jesse Rifkin
 
 
 
 
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October 5, 2015
 
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The New Grand Bargain Between Cities and Anchor Institutions
Richard Florida
 

October 1, 2015
 
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Here's How Cities and Anchor Institutions Can Work Together to Drive Growth
Neil Kleiman
 

November 8, 2014

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On November 6, 2014 Labs Director, Neil Kleiman led joint APPAM/ NASPAA panel entitled Capitalizing the “P” in Public Service Education: Defining a New Framework for Linking our Schools & Research to the Policymaking
 

October 16, 2013
 
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How much does a mayor matter? Can the next mayor solve the big problems like affordable housing or living wage jobs in an era when the federal government lives on the edge of dysfunction? Joining our roundtable, political theorist and senior researcher at CUNY’s Center on Philanthropy & Civil Society, Benjamin Barber, NYU Wagner’s Innovation Labs director Neil Kleiman, and, via Skype, author and mayoral historian, Mason Williams.
 
 



June 20, 2013

 
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15 Innovative Policies Any City Would be Wise to Steal
Jonathan Nettler
 



August 5, 2013

 
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Innovation and the City: 40 of the Best Urban Policy Innovations
Adam Forman
 

August 5, 2013

 
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Why Don’t More Cities Tax Based on Value of Land Rather Than What You Put On It?
Bill Bradley
 

July 11, 2013

 
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NYU's Effort to Gather the Best New Urban Policy Innovations in One Place
Richard Flordia
 

July 11, 2013

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Innovation and the City
Jonathan Bowles & Neil Kleiman


June 25, 2013

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Urban innovation: Three ideas for Twin Cities, suburbs to consider
Marlys Harris


June 20, 2013

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15 Innovative Policies Any City Would be Wise to Steal
Jonathan Nettler


June 19, 2013

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Post-Bloomberg: Will Innovation in NYC Dry Up?
A new report gives the next mayor of New York City a set of innovative reforms that have proven effective and scalable in other cities.

Tod Newcombe

 


 

June 18, 2013

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NY1 Online: Advocates Offer 15 Innovations For The Next Mayor

 


 

June 14, 2013

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Bored By the Mayoral Debate? Check Out These Ideas.
Anna Sale

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