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Upjohn Institute's Tim Bartik testifies to New Jersey Senate on incentives

September 6, 2019
Other policies can be 10 times more effective

Michelle Miller-Adams pens article for Washington Monthly

August 26, 2019
"What the Free College Movement Can Learn from Kalamazoo"

Tim Bartik discusses Foxconn's incentive deal on Wisconsin Public TV's Here & Now

August 12, 2019
Renegotiating the State's offer would still lead to higher-than-normal costs per job created, he says

Morris Kleiner visits the Institute during the week of July 29

July 30, 2019
Kleiner, a professor at the University of Minnesota's Humphrey School and an Institute visiting scholar, is the nation's foremost expert on occupational regulation and licensing. He presents a seminar on August 2.

Michelle Miller-Adams co-authors blog post on Brookings' "The Avenue"

July 18, 2019
How Promise programs can help former industrial communities

Tim Bartik participates in Brookings' 8th annual Municipal Finance Conference

July 16, 2019
Panel topic: Communities left behind: How to narrow the gap between prospering and stagnating communities

A new issue of Economic Development Quarterly is now available

June 19, 2019
The latest is a special issue on earnings and career advancement possibilities for low-wage workers

Promise database expands to include 144 college scholarship programs, richer data

June 7, 2019
Promise Programs Database adds 55 programs for a total of 144

Owen Thompson, Williams College, presents a seminar on Friday, May 17

May 15, 2019
"Fertility Decline in the Civil Rights Era"

Upjohn economists participate in 2019 Society of Labor Economists annual conference

May 1, 2019
Senior economists Stephen Woodbury and Marcus Dillender present papers

Michelle Miller-Adams discusses the challenges facing the Kalamazoo Promise on Michigan Public Radio

May 1, 2019
Program looks to increase graduation rate of recipients