University of Washington
Geography 566:  Regional Economic Development

In Spring 2008, we will meet weekly to read, discuss, and motivate our research on creating and sustaining dynamic regional economies --
emphasizing labor institutions and labor-force development as key to economic activity in a "knowledge economy."

This is a graduate seminar, open to all graduate students with a background in social science.  Join us!


copyright James W. Harrington, Jr.
revised 26 March 2008