Restoring a healthy economy will require a local focus. Here’s why.

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  • Life is different everywhere—it is determined by the context of a unique culture and a unique geography. The same goes for economies. Local economies are unique to their contexts, says John Fullerton, founder and president of Capital Institute.
  • “[I]magine if you thought about human economic development from a place-based perspective,” says Fullerton. “You would have, instead of a global corporation like Apple, thought of as a single thing, you would have Apple’s manufacturing plant in China as part of the Chinese bioregional economy.”
  • The pressure on the current global economy will cause it to shift and evolve into a healthier state of community-based economic development.


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