Climate and Resilience in the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law

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This presentation will focus on some of the new climate and resilience provisions in the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) with an emphasis on how they provide opportunities and funding for MPOs. Special focus on the Carbon Reduction Program, the PROTECT Formula Program and the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Formula Program. Presenter: David D’Onofrio, Environmental Protection […]

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CERP Presentation Regional Sector Dossiers – Developing Annual FAQs for Multiple Audiences

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PowerPoint Presentation In response to repeatedly fielding similar questions from multiple internal departments, the research team of the Allegheny Conference on Community Development developed an annual sector dossier template for key industry sectors for the Pittsburgh region. Creating the dossiers allows salient information to be gathered, analyzed and distributed in one mass effort, thus giving […]

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CERP Presentation: Maintaining Resiliency Through Innovative Approaches

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PowerPoint Presentation This presentation will cover a case study of how a local economic development organization in Louisiana pivoted during the pandemic to provide quick and innovative solutions to help mitigate short-term effects for the local business community. Presenter: Brittany LaCour Deal is an IEDC Certified Economic Developer and the Director of Business Intelligence at […]

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Who is Served by the Tip Credit? Effects of Minimum Wage Laws on Tipping, Employment, and Prices at Restaurants

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The U.S. Census Bureau and the Local Employment Dynamics (LED) Partnership in collaboration with the Council for Community and Economic Research (C2ER) and the Labor Market Information (LMI) Institute, welcomes Martha Stinson as she presents, “Who is Served by the Tip Credit? Effects of Minimum Wage Laws on Tipping, Employment, and Prices at Restaurants.” Stinson […]

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CERP Presentation: Cost of Living & Rising Inflation: The Impact on Georgia Workers

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PowerPoint Presentation The United States and much of the rest of the world are currently experiencing a period of rising inflation, supply chain issues, and labor shortages. This webinar examines the impact of rising inflation and concurrent circumstances on workers in the State of Georgia. Presenter: Monica Scott, Senior Research Analyst, Economic and Community Development, […]

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Doing Things Differently: Presented by Emsi Burning Glass

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PowerPoint Presentation How skills data helps us see our community differently, so we can begin doing things differently Often to do things differently, first we need to see things differently. For communities wanting to make transformative changes in their workforce development system, skills data allows them to see their region differently. In this webinar, we’ll […]

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Advocate on Data Concerns to the Census Bureau

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Researchers have many questions about the data coming out of the Census Bureau. With pandemic-induced data collection challenges, data privacy measures, and other logistical and technological issues, there are many issues to pay attention to. There are also many opportunities to provide feedback to the Census Bureau, including limited-time comment opportunities such as the 2020 […]

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CERP Presentation: Analyzing Pandemic Labor Market Impacts and Workforce Development Opportunities in Placer County, California

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The pandemic challenged many workforce and economic development organizations to follow local labor market trends and to create responsive workforce services and strategy. A local office of economic development, a workforce development board, and a community college serving Placer County, California partnered to request research that described near-term impacts from the pandemic and mapped long-term […]

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The C.U.R.E. to Inclusion, Starts with U

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Ruth Rathblott will share her CURE model for expanding diversity by focusing on inclusion and belonging; she will also share her own story of being born with a limb difference, hiding it for 25 years, and her path to unhiding. Attendees will have the opportunity to explore their own differences through personal reflection and engagement […]

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The Future of Trucking – Innovative Approaches to Research and Data Analysis

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What are the likely short-term and long-term impacts of automation on the trucking industry? At the 2021 Projections Managing Partnership Summit, we introduced you to Steve Viscelli, a University of Pennsylvania researcher whose efforts to measure the impacts of autonomous trucking technologies contain data analysis lessons for projections analysts and state LMI researchers. So many […]

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