October 2011 Posts
Connecticut’s major economic development expenditures are high in cost, poorly monitored and may be undermining the public goods that actually constitute the state’s competitive advantage for jobs. These are the findings of a new Good Jobs First report released today.
Tax-increment financing is the most insidious type of economic development subsidy.
Those following Presidential politics are familiar with Rick Perry’s apparent pay-to-play subsidy dealings in Texas. Two new investigative pieces demolish his job creation claims.