Shaping the Great Lakes economy: a conference summary
Last Updated: 07/12/93
On October 15, 1992, a distinguished group of development experts met in Indianapolis for a conference called Shaping the Great Lakes Economy, sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, the Great Lakes Commission, and the Institute for Development Strategies of Indiana University. The purpose of the conference was to take stock of the region, to survey and assess economic policies currently in place, and to explore other approaches that might benefit the region. The following is a summary report of that conference.