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Less Water, More People Present a Growing Economic Challenge for the Driest Counties in the United States
Families With Young Children Led Exodus from Major Cities During COVID
The Startup Surge: Business Formation Starts to Slow in the First Half of 2022
The Case for Economic Dynamism
Distressed Communities Index
The Neighborhood Poverty Project
A new national community investment tool that connects private capital with low-income communities across America.
How to build wealth, reward work, and boost well-being for millions of American workers.
Non-compete agreements, which prohibit individuals from starting or joining a competing business, stifle competition and harm worker mobility.
Demographic and population trends are emerging as a powerful headwind for the U.S. economy and struggling regions in particular.
Supporting entrepreneurship and the growth of new business is central to building a more inclusive and dynamic U.S. economy.
Small businesses are the backbone of the American economy.
Distressed Communities Index (DCI)
Neighborhood Poverty Project
Demographics, Immigration, and Remote Work
Inclusive Wealth Building
Interactive Asset Income Map
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Executive Team & Staff
EIG’s leadership is drawn from a wide array of backgrounds: policy experts, start-up founders, investors, and academics.
EIG’s Founders Circle is an honorary advisory board comprised of leading entrepreneurs and investors united by a deep commitment to building more broadly shared economic prosperity across American communities.
Economic Advisory Board
EIG’s Economic Advisory Board is comprised of internationally recognized experts from an array of prominent think tanks, academic institutions, and private sector organizations.
EIG’s Policy Council is comprised of leading experts and practitioners dedicated to advancing bipartisan solutions on behalf of American workers, entrepreneurs, and communities.
Join us as we work alongside entrepreneurs, investors, economists, and policymakers to strengthen the American economy.
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January 3, 2022
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