By Jennifer Robison
LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL
No more muddling through.
That's the big message from an economic-development study to be unveiled Monday before Gov. Brian Sandoval and other state policymakers.
The 178-page report, from the Brookings Institution's Brookings Mountain West division and its Metropolitan Policy Program, features an exhaustive accounting of Nevada's past efforts at diversification, and how the state can do better.
One key finding: "We concluded there's been a bit of a drift in the past," said Mark Muro, coordinator of Brookings Mountain West and a senior fellow with the Metropolitan Policy Program. "There's been a lack of strong vision, not too much management of the state's partners and not much data used."