Michigan’s Transition to a Knowledge-Based Economy: Fifth Annual Progress Report

Michigan continues to have difficulty transitioning to a knowledge based economy which has led to Michigan getting poorer compared to the country. In Michigan Future’s fifth annual report on Michigan’s transition, Lou Glazer and Don Grimes detail which states and metropolitan areas are doing the best and why. To read the press release, click here.

Click here to read the full report

Appendix A1: General data on each state

Appendix A2: Per capita income component data for each state

Appendix A3: Change in per capita income components for each state

Appendix B1: Date on large metropolitan areas (population 1 million or more)

Appendix B2: Data on smaller Michigan and comparable Midwest metro areas

Appendix B3: Data on per capita income components for large metro areas

Appendix B4: Change in per capita income components for large metro area

Appendix B5: Components of transfer payments change 1990-2010, large and Michigan metro areas

See past reports, here.

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Lou Glazer

Lou Glazer is President and co-founder of Michigan Future, Inc., a non-partisan, non-profit organization. Michigan Future’s mission is to be a source of new ideas on how Michigan can succeed as a world class community in a knowledge-driven economy. Its work is funded by Michigan foundations.

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