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New Start New Jersey Podcast

New Start New Jersey is committed to exploring and enacting the most effective public policy initiatives to grow the economy and improve our quality of life in New Jersey.

Episodes:

Type Released Title Description
12/15/2017 #48: Robert Puentes As governments face mounting infrastructure priorities within a r...
12/06/2017 #47: Dr. Teresa Ghilarducci Anyone who even casually follows public policy recognizes New Jer...
10/19/2017 #46: New Start Career Network: Two Years on the Job The second anniversary has arrived for the New Start Career Netwo...
10/11/2017 #45: Steve Van Kuiken McKinsey and Company – the world’s leading consulting firm ...
10/11/2017 #44: Daniel Castro In July of 2017, the Center for Data Innovation released The Best...
10/05/2017 #43: Bob Dean As cities, regions and states aspire to design more sustainable, ...
08/01/2017 #42: Mary Barber Energy efficiency – defined simply – entails “using less en...
07/13/2017 #41: Katie Woslager In 2015, the Brookings Institution’s Metropolitan Policy Progra...
06/23/2017 #40: Ken Berlin The Paris Climate Agreement represents an historic diplomatic ach...
06/19/2017 #39: Ethan Pollack Investments by employers in the training of its workers have plum...
05/22/2017 #38: Josh Goodman The Pew Charitable Trusts recently published the report “How St...
03/15/2017 #37: Martin Robins A powerful driver of the state and region’s economic prosperity...
03/03/2017 #36: Neera Tanden, President, Center for American Progress In recent months, the mission of the Center for American Progress...
02/17/2017 #35: Richard F. Keevey As the state assesses its fiscal present and future, adjustments ...
01/27/2017 #34: Elizabeth McNichol Income inequality has received increased attention internationall...
01/20/2017 #33: Dr. Michael Lahr Over the coming decade, according to the most recent forecast pre...
12/20/2016 #32: Dr. Joel Cantor With the latest Open Enrollment Period underway for the Affordabl...
12/07/2016 #31: Bonnie Watson Coleman New Start New Jersey has highlighted the concerns of the long-ter...
12/02/2016 #30: Johanna Calle Immigration clearly has elevated as a priority, due largely to re...
11/09/2016 #29: Thomas Espenshade & Susan Walker Recognizing the ongoing disparity in educational performance acro...
11/04/2016 #28: Bill Rodgers With the movement toward an increase in the minimum wage to $15 r...
11/04/2016 #27: Steve Mullin Based in Seattle and comprised of senior executives from the priv...
10/28/2016 #26: William Doyle With the cost of higher education receiving heightened attention ...
10/20/2016 #25: Tammy Murphy with Carl Van Horn and Maria Heidkamp One year ago, the New Start Career Network launched to address on...
10/12/2016 #24: Dr. Gale Spak & Raymond Vaccari New Jersey possesses a rich history with respect to manufacturing...
09/21/2016 #23: Nell Abernathy In its own words, the Roosevelt Institute subscribes to the philo...
09/09/2016 #22: Martin Johnson Founded in 1981, Isles is a community development and environment...
09/09/2016 #21: Brenda Hopper Small businesses comprise an indisputably significant segment of ...
08/22/2016 #20: Nariman Farvardin Stevens Institute of Technology stands as one of New Jersey’s m...
08/19/2016 #19: Demelza Baer, New Jersey Institute for Social Justice The New Jersey Institute for Social Justice is an urban research ...


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