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How Density Helps Improve Productivity Benefits

July 12, 2024 / Comments Off on How Density Helps Improve Productivity Benefits

In May, ESI published a research paper called Doom Loop or Boom Loop: Work From Home and Challenges Facing America’s Big Cities, commissioned by The Volcker Alliance. The team conducted a comprehensive study on the trajectory for cities in the era of remote work and unveiled the potential for greater productivity and economic growth facilitated […]

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A Guide to Higher Education Expansions, Contractions, Additions, and Consolidations

September 30, 2020 / Comments Off on A Guide to Higher Education Expansions, Contractions, Additions, and Consolidations

Recently, Lee Huang, President and Principal of ESI and head of ESI’s Higher Education Practice Area, caught up with some of our thought leaders in the higher ed space to ask them some of the most critical questions facing the industry. This exert includes Lloyd Russow’s full response.   Lloyd, you’ve helped your own institution […]

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Building Community Resilience: A Framework from Development Economics

July 2, 2020 / Comments Off on Building Community Resilience: A Framework from Development Economics

Building Resilience The global pandemic has been described as similar to a natural disaster, only hitting every place every day for months on end. The analogy is terrifying but apt. It also hints at a helpful perspective for building resilience. Resilience. That’s a word we’ve heard a lot lately, as applied to our cities, our […]

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