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How Does the Bay Area Compare Globally?

Photo by Flickr user Bailey Cheng.

By many accounts, the Bay Area is the leading innovation region in the United States, if not the world, but how does it really compare with other major metropolitan areas? What benchmarks can we use to encourage the Bay Area to look for guidance and inspiration from other leading regions, including Shanghai, Singapore and London?

+ Micah Weinberg / Bay Area Council Economic Institute
+ Sean Randolph / Bay Area Council Economic Institute

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