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Mark Schill

Vice President of Research

Praxis Strategy Group

Direct Phone: (701) ***-****       

Email: m***@***.com

Praxis Strategy Group

3241 University Drive South

Fargo, North Dakota 58104

United States

Company Description

Praxis Strategy Group is a growth strategy company that works with communities, economic development corporations and agencies, research and development organizations, and companies to develop and implement strategic initiatives and business ventures. We ... more

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business development degree

University of North Dakota


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To see where these metrics are ...

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To see where these metrics are headed, Mark Schill, an analyst with the Praxis Strategy Group (www.praxissg.com), was asked to identify the share growth of bachelor's degrees in the country's largest metropolitan areas during 2000-13.

To gauge which areas have benefited ...

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To gauge which areas have benefited the most from asset inflation, Mark Schill, head of research at Praxis Strategy Group, looked at the percentage of income derived from rents, dividends and interest in the nation's 52 largest metropolitan areas and 100 most populous counties.

Analysis by Mark Schill, Praxis Strategy Group
Analysis by Mark Schill, Praxis Strategy Group

In order to determine which small ...

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In order to determine which small metro areas are booming, and help us understand why, we asked Mark Schill at the Praxis Strategy Group to rank them based on four factors: population growth (2000-13), job growth (2001-14), real per capita personal income growth (2000-12), and growth of regional GDP per job (2001-12) - if GDP per job is increasing, it's an indicator that the metro area is adding high-value, productive industries to its economy, as opposed to lower-wage jobs.

Analysis by Mark Schill, mark@praxissg.com. Measures are normalized and equally weighted. Sources: U.S. BEA (GDP/Job, PCPI growth), EMSI (employment growth), U.S. Census Population Estimates Program (population growth).

Research for Economic Development | Praxis Strategy Group

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Mark Schill

Mark Schill Vice President for Research & Managing Editor of NewGeography.com

Praxis Strategy Group

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"Indianapolis is somewhat of a sponge city for the whole region," said Mark Schill, vice president of research at Praxis Strategy Group, an economic development consultant in North Dakota.

The situation in Indiana, Schill said, is common throughout the United States: States with one large city typically see their engineers, scientists and other high-tech workers flock to the urban areas from smaller towns."

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