Lou Glazer


Public investment is vital to Michigan. Low taxes don’t boost incomes.

September 7, 2017 | Lou Glazer

The state needs more revenue to make investments necessary to attract good-paying jobs and train workforce.

A modest proposal: Michigan’s economic policies should focus on increasing incomes for all

August 22, 2017 | Lou Glazer

State should invest in education skills that acknowledge workers will switch jobs throughout their 40-year careers.

Michigan’s economy is broken. And neither party is offering real solutions.

August 8, 2017 | Lou Glazer

There is no way back to the prosperous Michigan economy of the 20th Century. We must face this reality and get to work on ideas that will produce a broad middle class, where household income grows for all Michiganders.

Hit the books, Michigan, and get smart about economic growth

December 4, 2015 | Lou Glazer

The state will best begin its climb back to prosperity by acknowledging some hard facts about its past – and future. Education and talent are more important than manufacturing.

A four-year college degree remains best bet for well-paying, secure career

May 22, 2014 | Lou Glazer

No matter what you hear, the reality is Millennials with a four-year degree are doing substantially better than their peers without a four-year degree. End of story.