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Minnesota 2030: Key questions for our state economy over the next 10 years

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Add to Calendar 2021-06-24 09:00:00 2021-06-24 09:30:00 Minnesota 2030: Key questions for our state economy over the next 10 years Minnesota has a strong and highly developed economy. Yet the state must also contend with a range of challenges and uncertainties as it looks to grow its economy over the next decade. During this webinar, we will: Review takeaways from the Minnesota Chamber Foundation’s recently released Minnesota: 2030 Report. Discuss what the pandemic has (and hasn’t) changed for the state’s future economy. Discussion host: Michael Darger, University of Minnesota Extension, specialist in community economics Guest presenters: Myles Shaver, University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management, professor of strategic management and entrepreneurship Sean O’Neil, Minnesota Chamber of Commerce, director of economic research About our guests: Myles Shaver is Professor of Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship at the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management where he holds the Curtis L. Carlson Chair in Corporate Strategy. His research about the Minneapolis-St. Paul Headquarters economy has helped guide talent attraction and retention initiatives in the region and is presented in his book Headquarters Economy: Managers, Mobility, and Migration. Poets & Quants profiled Myles in its compilation of the “World’s 50 Best Business School Professors.”  Sean O’Neil is the Director of Economic Research at the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce. Sean is responsible for coordinating business assistance, research and analysis, and data management efforts through the Grow Minnesota! program. Additionally, he helps guide and conduct economic research through the Minnesota Chamber Foundation focused on the long-term development of the state’s economy. America/Chicago public

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Minnesota has a strong and highly developed economy. Yet the state must also contend with a range of challenges and uncertainties as it looks to grow its economy over the next decade. During this webinar, we will:

  • Review takeaways from the Minnesota Chamber Foundation’s recently released Minnesota: 2030 Report.
  • Discuss what the pandemic has (and hasn’t) changed for the state’s future economy.

Discussion host: Michael Darger, University of Minnesota Extension, specialist in community economics

Guest presenters:

  • Myles Shaver, University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management, professor of strategic management and entrepreneurship
  • Sean O’Neil, Minnesota Chamber of Commerce, director of economic research

About our guests:

Myles Shaver is Professor of Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship at the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management where he holds the Curtis L. Carlson Chair in Corporate Strategy. His research about the Minneapolis-St. Paul Headquarters economy has helped guide talent attraction and retention initiatives in the region and is presented in his book Headquarters Economy: Managers, Mobility, and Migration. Poets & Quants profiled Myles in its compilation of the “World’s 50 Best Business School Professors.” 

Sean O’Neil is the Director of Economic Research at the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce. Sean is responsible for coordinating business assistance, research and analysis, and data management efforts through the Grow Minnesota! program. Additionally, he helps guide and conduct economic research through the Minnesota Chamber Foundation focused on the long-term development of the state’s economy.

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Free

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This webinar is part of a series offered by Extension. Learn more about sustaining your local economy in turbulent times.

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