In the cities of Northern Europe, social democracy has a sophisticated playbook that balances public and private interests.
Even after the current occupant of the White House moves on, the federal government will be severely limited in its ability to deal with the nation’s most pressing problems.
Local governments are far from broke—if they can tap their enormous market power.
U.S. mayors are on the front lines of major global and societal change. It’s time for them to lead beyond the limits of their formal powers.
World leaders are negotiating a global compact on refugees. Urban leaders need a seat at that table.
The city’s rise as a global innovation city reflects decades of investment in emerging technology, a new Brookings report says.