Growing the Next Economy

In these divided times, there is one clear idea that currently unites everyday Americans, business leaders and elected officials: America needs a plan to accelerate job creation, get gas prices under control and raise our game in the more competitive 21st Century energy economy.   But how can we create the Next Economy when skeptical Americans have lost faith in top-down mandates and empty promises from Washington?

Please join NDN and the New Policy Institute on Wednesday, December 7th for a lunchtime discussion about bottom up economic growth, accelerating the ideas that work, and creating the Next Economy. 

We will be joined by:

Dan Carol, Director of Multi-State Initiatives, Office of Governor John Kitzhaber, Oregon

Karl Agne, Partner, GBA Strategies

This event is the latest effort of our “Next Economy Partnership Project,” a program devoted to advancing an economy based on bottom-up development and low-carbon outcomes.  

Lunch will be served at noon, and the program will begin at 12:15pm.  

Please RSVP here.


Event Date: 
Wednesday, December 7, 2011 - 7:15am


NDN Event Space
729 15th Street NW
Washington 20005
United States


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