John C. Mozena is the president of the Center for Economic Accountability, which works for transparency, accountability and reform of state and local economic development policy across the United States. He is a former vice president at the Mackinac Center for Public Policy in Michigan and spent two decades in a variety of private-sector roles where he worked with economic development agencies, public and private corporations, trade associations and other stakeholders.
The next decade of economic growth in America will largely rely on how quickly cities recover from the COVID-19 shutdown. Getting Back To Work is a collection of policies, researched and curated by experts from around the nation, all designed to do one thing: Help local economies recover as quickly as possible.
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