Author: Vineet Daga

In a Digital Economy, Cities Should Think Smarter, Not Larger

Denver. Los Angeles. Boston. Cities named as Amazon’s finalists for HQ2 look like a list of places that are already dominating the new digital economy. Over 200 cities applied for the estimated 50,000 jobs and billions in investments. Not all could meet the requirements of having a population greater than one million, existing transportation networks, and a major international airport. Analysts have speculated that New York, Boston, and the Washington metro area are among the top contenders. While each of those cities would benefit from landing HQ2, it may be better for the country if the influx of jobs...

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Addressing India’s Sanitation Crisis

Anyone who has been to India has experienced the crisis in sanitation firsthand. Open defecation and its impact on water supplies have created a public health calamity that has caught the attention of the national and international leadership.

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