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Event - March 2005

The Bush Administration and the Future of Small Business Development in New York

The full transcript from the Center's February 15, 2005 forum on the impact of recent cutbacks to federal small business and community development programs in New York. Panelists included Council Member Eric Gioia, Fred Hochberg, Michael Pappas, Madeline Marquez and Fred Teng.

Event - May 2004

Restarting NYC’s Economic Engine: Tapping Economic Potential of the Academic Research Institutions

On April 29, 2004, CUF research director Jonathan Bowles moderated this panel discussion at New School University on how to better leverage the city's research and academic establishments into economic growth.

Event - March 2004

Restarting NYC’s Economic Engine: Tapping the Economic Potential of City’’s Immigrant Entrepreneurs

On March 11, 2004, CUF research director Jonathan Bowles moderated this panel discussion at New School University on the potential of immigrant entrepreneurs for New York City's economy.

Event - January 2004

New York’s Economic Future: A Strategic Discussion About How to Grow the City’s Economy

In a follow-up to the Center's Engine Failure report on economic development challenges facing New York City, five esteemed panelists joined CUF research director and report author Jonathan Bowles on January 20, 2004 to discuss economic growth strategies for the city.

Event - March 2003

Rezoning New York’s Industrial Waterfronts

CUF Research Director Jonathan Bowles moderated this panel discussion on rezoning the city's industrial waterfronts, co-sponsored by the Center for New York City Affairs at New School University.

Event - January 2003

The Future of Retail

Sponsored by City Councilmember Alan Gerson, Pace University's Center for Downtown New York and the Center for an Urban Future, this panel discussion addressed the prospects of retail development in downtown Manhattan.

Event - December 2002

Summit on the Future of Workforce Development in New York City

Speeches, panel discussion and group recommendations from the New York Workforce Summit, presented by the Center for an Urban Future, Workforce Strategy Center, and New York City Workforce Development Funders Group

Event - December 2002

Remarks of Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino—New York City Workforce Summit

Boston Mayor Tom Menino was the keynote speaker at the recent New York City Workforce Summit, co-sponsored by the Center for an Urban Future

Event - November 2002

The Future of Arts & Culture and Economic Development

Featured speakers from the Center's recent conference on Arts & Culture and Economic Development

Event - November 2001

Retain, Rebuild and Revitalize: Planning Strategies for Manhattan and New York’s Economy

A panel of experts discusses possibilities and priorities for New York City as it begins the work of rebuilding downtown after the Sept. 11 terrorist attack.

Event - October 2001

Economic Development After The World Trade Center Disaster: Next Steps for New York’s Economy

Leslie Eaton of the New York Times moderates a panel discussion on how New York City should pursue economic development after the September 11 attack.

Event - February 2000

Will the Boom Bust: Building a Broader Base for the New Economy

KEYNOTE ADDRESS: H. CARL McCALL

Event - September 1999

The CUNY Job Engine: The City University and Local Economic Renewal

Four experts tell the Center how they would run the higher education system if they had all the money in the world.

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