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  • Growing U.S. Debt

    23 February
    2018

    By Anthony Michael, Project Manager   The United States government is on pace to enter uncharted territory with its spending. This comes after lawmakers agreed on a bipartisan spending bill that will cost $320 billion over the next decade plus...

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  • What’s in a Number? GDP Edition

    09 February
    2018

    Tim Shea Special Contributor At first glance, the Bureau of Economic Analysis’ Q4 2017 GDP projections are a bit underwhelming. Sure, +2.6 percent growth is respectable, especially when compared to the +2.2 percent average of the post-Recession...

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  • Staying Ahead of the Trends: An Introduction to Creating Community-Level Economic Development Metric

    08 February
    2018

    Nicholas Samuel Director of Research Collecting information about your community is a key component to local economic development. Through business retention and expansion programs, many organizations already have a good set of data which can both...

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  • Is a Private Fix to U.S. Healthcare Coming?

    01 February
    2018

    By Tim Shea Special Contributor Taking the stage for his first (official) State of the Union address, President Trump resumed his attack on one of the most pilloried segments of American commerce: Big Pharma. The comments were certainly a crowd...

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  • Demographic, Economic, and Social Characteristics of DACA Recipients

    30 January
    2018

    By Anthony Michael, Project Manager The deadline to find a path towards citizenship for the 689,800 recipients of the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program is quickly approaching – March 5th. In his State of the Union,...

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