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Cluster-Based, Inclusive Regional Economic Development

Cluster-Based, Inclusive Regional Economic Development

May 27, 2022

At a Glance

Cluster-based economic development can be an effective strategy for regions to generate economic growth that benefits all residents, provided that equity and inclusion are at the center of the approach. JFF explores an emerging case study in the Inland Empire region of California, examining what it takes in practice to implement a cluster strategy towards the triple bottom line goals of job quality, environmental sustainability, and inclusive growth.

Contributors
Alison Schmitt Associate Director
Molly Dow Senior Program Manager
Sanjana Seth, Senior Program Manager
Practices & Centers Topics
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