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  • Title: Bay Area Council Economic Institute | Connecting business, labor, government and education
    Descriptive info: .. Bay Area Council Economic Institute.. Connecting business, labor, government and education.. Search.. Main menu.. Skip to primary content.. Skip to secondary content.. Featured Publications.. Reforming California Public Higher Education for the 21st Century.. A Bay Area Council Economic Institute White Paper.. —December 2014 (.. PDF: 36 pages, 3.. 5 MB.. ).. Tri-Valley Rising: Its Vital Role in the Bay Area Economy.. is an examination of the Tri-Valley's assets and the transportation investments required for sustaining economic success.. —October 2014 (.. PDF: 55 pages, 1.. 6 MB.. In the Fast Lane: Improving Reliability, Stabilizing Local Funding, and Enabling the Transportation Systems of the Future in Alameda County.. analyzes Alameda County's transportation system and its role in regional mobility, with a particular focus on the County's Transportation Expenditure Plan.. —July 2014 (.. PDF: 76 pages, 14.. 8 MB.. Cross-Border Commercial Ties.. Europe and the Bay Area: Investing in Each Other.. assesses the economic links between the Silicon Valley/San Francisco Bay Area and Europe, concentrating on technology, innovation and entrepreneurial activity.. —April 2014 (.. PDF: 62 pages, 6.. 2 MB.. ).. Economic connections from the report and announcements of European-themed business and economic programs are featured here:.. www.. bayareaeconomy.. org/europeconnections.. Ties That Bind, 2014 Edition: The San Francisco Bay Area's Economic Links to Greater China..  ...   government, higher education, and philanthropy, that works to support the economic vitality and competitiveness of the Bay Area and California.. Its work builds on the twenty-year record of fact-based economic analysis and policy leadership of the Bay Area Economic Forum, which merged with the.. Bay Area Council.. in January 2008.. The.. Association of Bay Area Governments.. (ABAG) is a founder and key institutional partner.. The Economic Institute also supports and manages the.. Bay Area Science and Innovation Consortium (BASIC).. , a partnership of Northern California’s leading scientific research universities and federal and private research laboratories.. Through its economic and policy research and its many partnerships, the Economic Institute addresses.. key issues.. impacting the competitiveness, economic development, and quality of life of the region and the state, including infrastructure, globalization, science and innovation, energy, and governance.. A public-private Board of Trustees oversees the development of its products and initiatives.. About Us.. Our Achievements.. Board of Trustees.. Research Council.. Staff.. Contact Us.. About the Region.. Monthly Employment Rpts.. Economic Forecasts.. Bay Area Fast Facts.. Key Issues.. Competitiveness.. Economic Development.. Infrastructure.. Healthcare.. Trade Globalization.. Science Innovation.. Energy.. Governance.. Calif.. Economic Summit.. Publications List.. Policy Press.. Resources.. Related Websites.. BASIC.. Global Green Cities.. Copyright.. , All Rights Reserved.. Website Terms and Privacy Statement.. Proudly powered by WordPress..

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  • Title: Our Achievements: A Record of Thought & Policy Leadership | Bay Area Council Economic Institute
    Descriptive info: Our Achievements:.. A Record of Thought Policy Leadership.. Since 1990 the Economic Institute has served the region and the state as a respected source of information and analysis, and as a trusted adviser to both business and government.. Among other contributions, the Institute has:.. Co-led the Blue Ribbon Task Force on Water Transit, a regional initiative leading to the establishment of the Water Emergency Transportation Authority and expansion of the region’s ferry system;.. Advised the state on energy, co-leading the Governor’s transition team in 2003 and helping to reshape California energy policy in the wake of California’s electricity crisis;.. Advised the state on the Bay Area allocation of federal stimulus funds in the wake of the 2007 national financial crisis;.. Laid the groundwork for creation of California Forward, a non-partisan initiative to reform California’s fiscal and  ...   stem cell institute, the opening of the Bay Area Council’s Shanghai office, San Francisco’s successful bid to host the 2013 Americas Cup, and the successful financing of the electrification of Caltrain and the first phase of the California High Speed Rail project;.. Advised California’s government on the design of its international trade and investment programs, laying the groundwork for new international trade and investment services;.. Played a leading role in expanding the use of public-private partnerships (P3s) to build, finance and operate infrastructure in California, including passage of legislation in 2009 that increased the number of P3 projects in transportation and created the state’s Public Infrastructure Advisory Commission.. In developing its products and initiatives, the Institute combines analytical rigor and integrity with strategy, engaging public and private partners to advance sound public policy and long-term economic competitiveness..

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  • Title: Board of Trustees | Bay Area Council Economic Institute
    Descriptive info: The Bay Area Council Economic Institute provides a shared platform for leaders to act on key issues affecting the regional economy.. It accomplishes this by producing focused analyses on key issues affecting the Bay Area and its future, and by mobilizing regional and state leaders to address those issues, based on working partnerships and a strong foundation of economic and policy analysis.. The strength of the Economic Institute lies in its Board of Trustees and the relationships and assistance provided by its sponsors and partner organizations throughout the region and the state.. Board and Foundation Trustees and Voting Alternates.. Chairman.. Laura D Andrea Tyson, PhD,.. Professor of Business Administration and Economics, and Director of the Institute for Business and Social Impact, Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley.. – Biography (.. PDF: 1 page, 79 KB.. John Adams,.. Regional Head Commercial Banking, Wells Fargo Bank, N.. A.. Arthur Bienenstock, PhD,.. Special Assistant to the President for Federal Research Policy and Director of Wallenberg Research Link, Stanford University.. Mary G.. F.. Bitterman, PhD,.. President, The Bernard Osher Foundation.. Jeffrey A.. Bluestone, PhD,.. A.. W.. and Mary Margaret Clausen Distinguished Professor, and Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost, UC San Francisco.. Michael Borrus,.. General Partner, X/Seed Capital Management.. Henry E.. Brady, PhD,.. Dean, Goldman School of Public Policy, UC Berkeley.. Mark F.. Bregman, PhD,.. Senior Vice President and CTO, Neustar, Inc.. Jack P.. Broadbent,.. CEO/Air Pollution Control Officer, Bay Area Air Quality Management District.. Keith Carson,.. Chairman, East Bay Economic Development Alliance and Supervisor, District 5, County of Alameda.. Michael Covarrubias,.. Chairman CEO, TMG Partners.. Debby Cunningham,.. Senior Vice President, Strategy Business Development, Kaiser Foundation Health Plans Hospitals.. Christopher DiGiorgio,.. Chairman, Tech Museum of Sam Jose.. Diane Dillon,.. Supervisor, District 3, County of Napa.. Nicholas Dirks, PhD,.. Chancellor, UC Berkeley.. Donald M.. Eaton,.. Argus Financial Corporation.. Tom Epstein,..  ...   Clara University.. Edwin M.. Lee,.. Mayor, City and County of San Francisco.. Ted Lempert,.. President, Children Now.. Steve Levy,.. Director Senior Economist, Center for Continuing Study of the California Economy.. Mark Luce,.. Supervisor, District 2, County of Napa and President, Association of Bay Area Governments.. Richard K.. Lyons, PhD,.. Bank of America Dean, Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley.. Peter A.. Luchetti,.. Partner, Table Rock Capital, LLC.. Jeremy Madsen,.. Executive Director, Greenbelt Alliance.. Lenny Mendonca,.. Director, McKinsey Company.. Cynthia L.. Murray,.. President CEO, North Bay Leadership Council.. Nathan Nayman,.. Head of State and Local Relations, Visa, Inc.. Olga Perkovic,.. Vice President, Corporate Planning, URS Corporation.. Julie Pierce,.. Councilmember, City of Clayton.. Mohammad H.. Qayoumi, PhD,.. President, San Jose State University.. Jean Quan,.. Mayor, City of Oakland.. Ezra Rapport,.. Executive Director, Association of Bay Area Governments.. Chuck Reed,.. Mayor, City of San Jose.. Paul Saffo,.. Managing Director, Discern.. Sheryl Sandberg,.. COO, Facebook.. George Scalise,.. President Emeritus, Semiconductor Industry Association.. Robert Schroder,.. Mayor, City of Martinez.. Nandini Tandon, PhD,.. El Camino Hospital Board Member.. Linda Thor, PhD,.. Chancellor, Foothill-DeAnza Community College District.. Kim Walesh,.. Director, City of San Jose, Office of Economic Development.. John C.. Williams,.. President CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.. Anne Wilson,.. CEO, United Way of the Bay Area.. John Wilton,.. Vice Chancellor Administration Finance, UC Berkeley.. Jim Wunderman,.. President CEO, Bay Area Council.. Ex Officio.. R.. Sean Randolph, PhD,.. President CEO, Bay Area Council Economic Institute.. Past Chairmen:.. Robert Parry, PhD.. , President CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.. Julius R.. Krevans, MD.. , Chancellor, University of California San Francisco.. Chang-Lin Tien, PhD.. , Chancellor, University of California Berkeley.. Lenny Mendonca.. , Director, McKinsey Company.. Counselors.. Bill Lee.. , Former City Administrator, City and County of San Francisco.. Will Travis.. , Former Executive Director, San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission..

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  • Title: Research Council | Bay Area Council Economic Institute
    Descriptive info: The Bay Area Council Economic Institute Research Council is composed of respected university and business economic analysts, who advise and assist the Economic Institute in developing its research and analytic products.. Research Council Members.. Frederick T.. Furlong, PhD,.. Vice President, Banking, Finance Regional Studies, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.. Stephen Goodman,.. Senior Vice President, Global Marketing and Business Development, Continuum.. Olaf Groth, PhD,.. CEO, Emergent Frontiers Group LLC and Senior Fellow for Innovation, Center for Emerging Markets Enterprise, The Fletcher School, Tufts University.. Doug Henton, PhD,..  ...   for Real Estate and Urban Economics, Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley.. James Manyika, PhD,.. Director, McKinsey Global Institute.. Joseph Nation, PhD,.. Lecturer/Director of Public Policy Program Graduate Practice, Stanford University.. Navi Radjou,.. Executive Director, Centre for India Global Business, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge.. Annalee Saxenian, PhD,.. Dean, School of Information, UC Berkeley.. Fred Silva,.. Senior Fiscal Policy Advisor, California Forward.. David L.. Sunding, PhD,.. Professor, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, UC Berkeley.. John Zysman, PhD,.. Co-Director, Berkeley Roundtable on the International Economy, UC Berkeley..

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  • Title: Staff | Bay Area Council Economic Institute
    Descriptive info: President CEO.. Biography (.. PDF: 1 page, 21 KB.. Portrait Photos (.. Click here to go to the Download Page.. Tracey Grose,.. Vice President.. PDF: 1 page, 140 KB.. Micah Weinberg, PhD,.. Senior Fellow.. Email:.. mweinberg@bayareacouncil.. org.. Matt Gardner,.. mgardner@bayareacouncil.. Jeff Bellisario,.. Senior Research Associate.. jbellisario@bayareacouncil.. Alex Foard,.. Research Associate.. afoard@bayareacouncil.. Saori Hamidi,.. shamidi@bayareacouncil.. 353 Sacramento Street, Suite 1000, San Francisco, CA 94111.. Phone: (415) 981-7117 • Fax: (415) 981-6408.. bacei@bayareacouncil..

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  • Title: Contact Us | Bay Area Council Economic Institute
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  • Title: About the Region | Bay Area Council Economic Institute
    Descriptive info: The Bay Area Council Economic Institute serves one of the world’s most innovative, competitive and diverse regional economies.. The success of the Bay Area economy is built on an unparalleled culture of entrepreneurship.. The Bay Area competes strongly in national and international markets as a knowledge-based, innovation-led economy.. Monthly Employment Reports.. User-friendly reports of EDD data on recent regional employment developments.. Presentations from the annual forecast conferences on the economic outlook at the national, state and local levels, with in-depth analyses on selected sub-regions.. A quick profile of the Bay Area economy.. Nine-County Region.. The nine-county Bay Area embraces San Francisco, Marin,  ...   Jose, as well as the high technology center of Silicon Valley and the heart of Northern California’s wine country.. With a market of more than six million residents, the Bay Area is California’s second largest and the nation’s fourth largest metropolitan region.. While costs in the region are comparatively high, this is more than offset by its extraordinary economic productivity.. Rated the premier.. knowledge economy.. in the nation, the Bay Area offers a unique business environment for companies whose competitiveness depends on creativity, innovation, technological leadership, and the diverse and highly trained workforce required to compete and win in today’s global markets..

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  • Title: Monthly Employment Reports | Bay Area Council Economic Institute
    Descriptive info: Each month, the California Employment Development Division (EDD) released detailed data on employment and unemployment throughout California.. The Bay Area Council Economic Institute uses this data to create user-friendly reports designed to inform interested parties of recent employment developments in their regions.. Reports are also available for a group of California largest employing industries.. These reports are updated shortly after the release of data by the EDD, generally at 10 a.. m.. on the third Friday of the month.. (Last updated November 21,  ...   PDF: 10 pages, approx.. San Francisco Metropolitan District (Marin, San Francisco, and San Mateo Counties) (.. Oakland Metropolitan District (Alameda and Contra Costa Counties) (.. San Jose MSA (Santa Clara and San Benito Counties) (.. Vallejo-Fairfield MSA (Solano County) (.. Napa MSA (Napa County) (.. Industry Reports.. Construction (.. PDF: 9 pages, approx.. Education and Health Services (.. Financial Activities (.. Government (.. Information (.. Leisure and Hospitality (.. Manufacturing (.. PDF:9 pages, approx.. Professional and Business Services (.. Trade Transportation, and Utilities (..

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  • Title: Economic Forecasts | Bay Area Council Economic Institute
    Descriptive info: The Bay Area Council Economic Institute has joined forces with leading economic forecasters to present a Bay Area economic forecast conference.. Presented in the fall of each year, the forecast conference provides an annual economic outlook at the national, state and local levels.. The 7th Annual Economic Forecast Conference, sponsored by Accenture was presented at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco by the Bay Area Council Economic Institute in partnership with UCLA Anderson  ...   slides, 5.. Presenters.. THE ECONOMIC FORECAST.. John Williams.. (bio).. Jerry Nickelsburg.. , Senior Economist, UCLA Anderson Forecast.. Tracey Grose.. , Vice President, Bay Area Council Economic Institute.. PANEL DISCUSSION ON THE DIGITIZATION OF THE ECONOMY.. Moderator:.. Matthew Le Merle.. , Managing Partner, Fifth Era Investments.. Panelists:.. RETAIL:.. Kelly Dempski.. , Managing Director, Accenture Technology Labs.. HEALTH:.. Christine Paige.. , SVP Marketing Internet Services, Kaiser Permanente.. ENERGY:.. Ryan Wartena.. , Founder, Growing Energy Labs Inc.. (GELI)..

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  • Title: Bay Area Fast Facts | Bay Area Council Economic Institute
    Descriptive info: Global National Competitiveness.. With a GDP of $535 billion, the Bay Area ranks 19th in the world when compared to national economies.. At $74,815, the Bay Area has the highest GDP per capita in the United States and ranks ahead of global peers such as London ($56,997) and Singapore ($43,867).. The region is at the cutting edge of global technology, and is a leader in many key indicators of regional, global and national competitiveness, including:.. The nation’s largest concentration of national laboratories, corporate and independent research laboratories, and leading research universities;.. The top global innovation center, with the highest concentration of innovation-related jobs in the U.. S.. ;.. The largest number  ...   region;.. More Fortune 500 companies than any U.. region except New York, the sixth highest concentration of Fortune Global 500 companies in the world (after New York, London, Tokyo, Seoul and Beijing), and a much larger proportion of small businesses than other metropolitan regions;.. The highest Internet penetration of any U.. region;.. The highest level of patent generation in the nation, with more patents generated per employee than any other major metropolitan area;.. One of the two most highly educated workforces in the nation, with a high percentage of residents with graduate and professional degrees;.. A leading position in global trade;.. The highest economic productivity in the nation—almost twice the U.. average..

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  • Title: Key Issues | Bay Area Council Economic Institute
    Descriptive info: With its leading institutional partners, the Bay Area Council and the Association of Bay Area Governments, and partner organizations representing constituencies throughout the region, the Bay Area Council Economic Institute addresses key issues of overarching concern to the Bay Area and its economic future.. Bay Area Council Economic Institute projects and initiatives mobilize leaders from the public and private sectors, higher.. education, labor and the community to work together to strengthen the region’s economic climate and address its major challenges.. Knowledge-based industries drive the Bay Area economy.. Fostering a positive business climate and the growth of those industries in which the region has a comparative advantage is key to maintaining economic prosperity.. Regional vitality and quality of life are inextricably linked with innovation.. Regional innovation requires collaboration across jurisdictions, sectors, and issues.. The Bay Area Council Economic Institute maintains a special focus  ...   the regional, state and national levels; and serves as a platform for leaders in the regional and California trade service communities to jointly address trade-related issues.. The Bay Area Science and Innovation Consortium (BASIC) serves as a platform for the region’s research community—including its five national laboratories, five research universities, and leading corporate and independent laboratories—to address issues of critical importance to the science and technology community.. A functioning, competitive economy also needs reliable, economic electric power.. The California power crisis of 2000–2001 and the continuing lack of an integrated state energy policy pose fundamental challenges for the state and the region.. The quality of the California’s governance impacts both the economy and the quality of life of its citizens.. The Bay Area Economic Forum, with its key partners, is committed to improving the transparency, accountability and performance of California’s state government..

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