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Ed Morrison, Co-Founder & Past Director, I-Open, Resume 2010

Ed Morrison, Co-Founder & Past Director, I-Open, Resume 2010

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Ed Morrison, Economic Policy Advisor at Purdue University and Co-Founder & Past Director, The Institute for Open Economic Networks (I-Open), is known for his insights into Open Source Economic Development. Ed Morrison is a member of the staff of the Center for Regional Development at Purdue University and Economic Policy Advisor for the WIRED initiative in North Central Indiana. He is also co-founder of I-Open, the Institute for Open Economic Networks, based in Cleveland, and publisher of EDPro ( http://edpro.blogspot.com ), a popular weblob for economic development professionals. HU UH Ed has developed a new model for economic development: Open Source Economic Development. The model pro

The Institute for Open Economic Networks (I-Open) is an educational organization sharing new practices and tools in community and economic development, mentoring and capacity building.

I-Open Programs & Services connect, convene and serve developers and resource stewards engaged in our global innovation imperative.

Learn more about I-Open at http://www.i-open.org

Copyright 2010 I-Open. Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works. Institute for Open Economic Networks (I-Open), 2563 Kingston Road, Cleveland Heights, Ohio 44118 USA
Ed Morrison, Economic Policy Advisor at Purdue University and Co-Founder & Past Director, The Institute for Open Economic Networks (I-Open), is known for his insights into Open Source Economic Development. Ed Morrison is a member of the staff of the Center for Regional Development at Purdue University and Economic Policy Advisor for the WIRED initiative in North Central Indiana. He is also co-founder of I-Open, the Institute for Open Economic Networks, based in Cleveland, and publisher of EDPro ( http://edpro.blogspot.com ), a popular weblob for economic development professionals. HU UH Ed has developed a new model for economic development: Open Source Economic Development. The model pro

The Institute for Open Economic Networks (I-Open) is an educational organization sharing new practices and tools in community and economic development, mentoring and capacity building.

I-Open Programs & Services connect, convene and serve developers and resource stewards engaged in our global innovation imperative.

Learn more about I-Open at http://www.i-open.org

Copyright 2010 I-Open. Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works. Institute for Open Economic Networks (I-Open), 2563 Kingston Road, Cleveland Heights, Ohio 44118 USA

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Creative Commons License Attribution-Noncommercial No Derivative Works 3.0United States The Institute for Open Economic Networks (I-Open) 4415 Euclid Ave3rd Floor Cleveland Ohio 44103 USA1
Ed Morrison
Ed Morrison is a member of the staff of the Center for Regional Development at PurdueUniversity and Economic Policy Advisor for the WIRED initiative in North CentralIndiana. He is also co-founder of I-Open, The Institute for Open Economic Networks, based in Cleveland, and publisher of EDPro (http://edpro.blogspot.com
 
), a popular weblog for economic development professionals.Ed has developed a new model for economic development: Open Source EconomicDevelopment. The model promotes the development of open innovation networks("clusters") to accelerate regional development. He is currently applying this model inIndiana, Northeast Ohio and the Bluegrass Region of Kentucky.For over nineteen years, he has been conducting strategy projects with economicdevelopers in the U.S. His work won the first Arthur D. Little Award for excellence ineconomic development presented by the American Economic Development Council. Edis the architect of the strategic economic development plan for Oklahoma City, and heserved as economic development consultant to the Chamber from 1994 to 2002. Eddesigned and launched an economic development strategy for the city in 1996. The business community committed $10 million for this aggressive five-year economicdevelopment action plan. Businesses invested an additional $12 million to fund thestrategy beginning in 2001.He founded the Biomedical Research Foundation of Northwest Louisiana and served as aconsultant to President Dan Reneau of Louisiana Tech University on university researchand technology transfer. He drafted the development code for Ascension Parish,Louisiana, among the fastest growing counties in the state. He served as consultant to the parish planning commission from 1998 to 2003.Ed authored the 1998 report for the Commission on the Future of the South, chaired byformer Kentucky governor, Martha Layne Collins. Governors in 14 Southern statesappoint the Commission every six years to chart an economic development course for the

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