Op Eds

New England Council President & CEO James Brett often weighs in on important regional economic issues by authoring Op-Ed pieces that are published in a variety of newspapers and business publications throughout New England.  These articles are often co-authored by a New England Council member, and generally compliment the Council’s advocacy efforts on a wide range of important issues.

Below is a sampling of recent Op-Eds.

NHBR: The 2014 Congress can take action to spur growth
02/7/2014, As originally appearing in The New Hampshire Business Review | Read the Article

WBJ: 3 issues Congress should tackle to spur growth
02/3/2014, As originally appearing in The Worcester Business Journal | Read the Article

PRO JO: New England needs federal help to grow
01/25/2014, As originally appearing in The Providence Journal | Read the Article

BBJ: A Way to Growth in 2014
01/24/2014, As originally appearing in The Boston Business Journal | Read the Article

HBJ: Opportunities for Growth in 2014
01/20/2014, As originally appearing in The Hartford Business Journal | Read the Article

PATRIOT LEDGER: Opportunities for New England’s economy to grow in 2014
01/12/2014, As originally appearing in The Patriot Ledger | Read the Article

BROCKTON ENTERPRISE: Opportunities for New England’s economy to grow in 2014
01/12/2014, As originally appearing in The Brockton Enterprise | Read the Article

WBJ: Can the ‘New’ Manufacturing Lift New England?
08/5/2013, As originally appearing in The Worcester Business Journal | Read the Article

Pro Jo: What N.E. can do to promote manufacturing
07/27/2013, As originally appearing in The Providence Journal | Read the Article

BBJ: Advanced manufacturing is key to region’s economic recovery
07/26/2013, As originally appearing in The Boston Business Journal | Read the Article

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