Tag: Dale Brill
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Guest AuthorApril 4, 2016

6min73
Private speculation evolved into overt planning last week as the Florida Chamber of Commerce became the first to signal the formation of a task force focusing on the next iteration of state-directed economic development in Florida. With similar efforts surely to follow, forthcoming recommendations for strengthening Florida’s economy in a post deal-making era should be […]

Guest AuthorJanuary 9, 2016
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8min91
“Keep it simple, stupid” (or KISS) is an adage that reminds us of the effectiveness of simplicity. From its origins in aeronautical engineering management, keeping it simple is usually good advice. At risk of being the contrarian, my argument is that sometimes things can be made too simple, especially where politics and economics intersect. To […]

Guest AuthorJanuary 7, 2016

8min102
“Keep it simple, stupid” (or KISS) is an adage that reminds us of the effectiveness of simplicity. From its origins in aeronautical engineering management, keeping it simple is usually good advice. At risk of being the contrarian, my argument is that sometimes things can be made too simple, especially where politics and economics intersect. To […]

Guest AuthorJune 11, 2015

5min79
NOTE: This was written by Jesse Panuccio  in response to a column that appeared earlier on ContextFlorida.com and SaintPetersBlog.com and written by Dale Brill, “Hint to presidential candidates wooing Florida — it’s still the economy.” Florida’s economy has witnessed a remarkable turnaround after being one of the hardest hit states during the Great Recession.  The […]

Guest AuthorJune 2, 2015
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4min85
Presidential candidates talking about the national economy should be concerned with the spending power of the average Floridian. What Florida voters signal via the ballot box likely will be influenced by their weakening spending power and reactions to policies that offer viable solutions. How are Floridians doing? Let’s turn to the numbers. Trends across four […]

Guest AuthorJune 1, 2015

4min49
Presidential candidates talking about the national economy should be concerned with the spending power of the average Floridian. What Florida voters signal via the ballot box likely will be influenced by their weakening spending power and reactions to policies that offer viable solutions. How are Floridians doing? Let’s turn to the numbers. Trends across four […]


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