Needed: Urban Innovation Hot Spots

Cities should become living innovation labs, says Saul Kaplan. Only then will we come up with bold system changes that work

I have been asked by Living Cities, a philanthropic collaborative of foundations and financial institutions, to participate in an upcoming economic development roundtable, Changing the Trajectory of an Urban Economy, taking place in Detroit on Mar. 5. Organizers asked each of the participants, public and private-sector leaders from across the country, to provide an answer to the following question:

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