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WIALWorld Institute for Action Learning (Reston, VA)
WIALWellington International Airport, Ltd. (New Zealand)
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(30) Susan Helper, Timothy Krueger, and Howard Wial, "Why does manufacturing matter?
The NNMI is the first move in replicating a robust network of nearly sixty national research labs--the Fraunhofer Institutes--that Brookings scholars Helper, Krueger, and Wial argue have been central to Germany's manufacturing success.
WIAL implements the process of Action Learning in businesses and government firms.
The region is experiencing debilitating information poverty and unemployment, economic challenges, low levels of information literacy and educational attainment (Spatig et al., 2009), a lack of access and use of IT (Mehra, Singh, & Parris, 2010), and other unique environmental circumstances (Appalachian Regional Commission, 2002; Bardwell et al., 2009; Black, Mather, & Sanders, 2007; Herzenberg, Price, & Wial, 2005; Kusmin, 2008; Lichter & Campbell, 2005; Schwartz, 2004).
Tax credits would incentivize private firms to conduct basic R&D in areas that reflect public interest, in addition to increasing innovation and spin-off commercial opportunities that increase economic growth (Atkinson & Wial, 2008, pp.
Daniel Luria, Matt Vidal, and Howard Wial with Joel Rogers, FullUutilization Learning Lean" in Component Manufacturing: A New Industrial Model for Mature Regions, & Labor's Stake in Its Success (Sloan Industry Studies Working Papers Number WP-2006-3, 2006) (http://www.cows.org/pdf/rp_amp_wai_final.pdf).
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(19.) See Weil, Compliance, supra note 4; Howard Wial, Minimum Wage Enforcement and the Low-Wage Labor Market 19-20 (MIT Task Force on Reconstructing America's Labor Market Institutions, Working Paper No.
(42) Atkinson and Wial, who originally proposed the NIF, describe the benefits as follows:
Also in New Hampshire, the Manchester and Portsmouth-Rochester MSAs were estimated to lose between 2.1 percent and 2.5 percent of their jobs over the next decade, said Howard Wial, an economist with the Brookings Institution Metropolitan Policy Program and one of the study's authors.
Infratil is a name that is becoming increasingly well known through its recent airport acquisitions and its subsidiary company Wellington International Airport Limited (WIAL) is responsible for managing the airport.