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Date: 2019-08-17 Page is: DBtxt001.php txt00010653

Company ... JPMorgan Chase
Initiative ... Global Cities Initiative

Global Cities Initiative and JPMorgan Chase & Co.

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Peter Burgess

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Global Cities Initiative and JPMorgan Chase & Co.

logos with a bridge leading in to the city Financial CapabilityandJPMorgan Chase and Co. Supporting Our Cities' Economic Future

See how we are helping metro areas create global trade and investment strategies to grow jobs and expand their economies.

The Global Cities Initiative is a collaboration between the Brookings Institution and JPMorgan Chase that aims to equip business, civic and government leaders with the information, policy ideas and connections they need to help their metropolitan areas thrive in the global economy. Chaired by Richard M. Daley, the former mayor of Chicago, and directed by Brookings' Bruce Katz and Amy Liu, the Global Cities Initiative is helping city and metropolitan leaders become more globally fluent by providing an in-depth, data-driven look at their regions' standings on crucial global economic measures. It's also highlighting best policy and practice innovations from around the world and, through the Global Cities Exchange, developing and implementing regional strategies to boost global trade and investment.



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TrueValueMetrics (TVM) is an Open Source / Open Knowledge initiative. It has been funded by family and friends plus donations from well wishers who understand the importance of accountability and getting the management metrics right. TVM is a 'big idea' that has the potential to be a game changer leveling the playing field so the wealth and power is shared on a more reasonable basis between people who work for a living and those that own the economy and the levers of power. In order to be effective, it cannot be funded in the conventional way with a for profit business plan, but absolutely must remain an open access initiative.
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