We’re pleased to share our new brochure, “Building the Future of Governance.”
Included in the brochure is a breakdown of how we build the ecosystem for charter cities through content, events, and strategic collaboration, mini spotlights of Singapore, Dubai, and Shenzhen, and testimonials from several of our partners. You can view the brochure at this link: Center for...Read More
Thanks to all who participated in our Charter Cities AMA on the r/neoliberal subreddit. Inspired by these questions and others we’ve received, we’ll also be posting an FAQ on the website in the coming days.
Q: I know when people talk about charter cities Hong Kong is commonly used as the prime example.
How do you help cities avoid political strife? Would it simply be...Read More
The Center for Innovative Governance Research is hiring a Director of External Affairs for our Charter Cities Program. Founded in 2017, the Center is a fast-growing nonprofit building the ecosystem for charter cities. We work with entrepreneurs, new city projects, investors, policy experts, and government officials to make charter cities a reality.
The Center has three programs:
Research: We...Read More
The Center for Innovative Governance Research is pleased to announce our Technology Zones White Paper Competition: “Towards a New Regulatory Framework”. The winner will receive a $10,000 prize and second place will receive a $5,000 prize.
Technological progress in the U.S. is stagnant. America’s technological stagnation is responsible for both the decay of our global technological...Read More
I’m interested in teaching a charter cities course next year so I wrote up this draft syllabus. If you are interested in having me teach the course listed below, please reach out
Course Objectives: We are living through an era of global change. America is retreating from her traditional role as enforcer of the rules based liberal order. Europe is struggling with migration and demographic...Read More
Inspired by Patrick Collison’s questions, where he nicely links to us, I thought I’d write up some of my own. These questions are focused around charter cities and innovative governance.
Which system of governance is optimal for economic development? How location dependent or universal are governance systems?
The general consensus in the West is that open governance, as approximated by the...Read More