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Too often, states and cities pursue economic development strategies that amount to little more than tax giveaways to big corporations. Pushing back on this flawed approach, EARN groups design and promote smart economic development policies that invest in infrastructure, in people, and in the communities where opportunity is lacking.

Smart economic development means strong workforce development programs, such as apprenticeships and sector strategies; infrastructure investments in transportation, schools, broadband, and healthcare; and community development projects that deliver good, high-paying jobs to local residents, especially in communities of color, and other underserved communities.

Publications

Do Immigrants Present an Untapped Opportunity to Revitalize Communities?

As many cities across the nation experience population decline and an increase in vacant and distressed property, there is a need for economic and housing revitalization.?New research from Welcoming Economies Global Network and Fiscal Policy Institute?indicates that immigrants represent some of the brightest potential for revitalizing urban communities. However,?experience suggests, that immigrants are often overlooked and underestimated by homeownership, community development, and affordable housing advocates, practitioners, and programs.

This report, which includes an interactive tool, show that immigrants have strong rates of potential home ownership in 23 target cities, and suggest that efforts that encourage homeownership and/or vacant property purchase could yield significant returns by targeting immigrant groups.

Cities included in the study are: Akron, Baltimore, Buffalo, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Dayton, Des Moines, Detroit, Indianapolis, Lafayette (IN), Manchester, Minneapolis, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Rochester, St. Louis, St. Paul, Syracuse, Toledo, Utica, and York (PA).

The interactive tool can be accessed การพนันออนไลน์ ได้เงินจริงhere.

Three Ways Immigration Reform Would Make the Economy More Productive A Fiscal

This report shows that legalizing undocumented immigrants, paired with labor standards enforcement, would boost economic productivity. Reform would remove barriers to advancement for newly legalized immigrants, create a level playing field for businesses, and align our systems of taxation, social services, and social insurance so that they would function as they are supposed to.

“Immigration reform, done right, would be good for immigrants, but it would also be good for all Americans,” said David Dyssegaard Kallick, the director of the Fiscal Policy Institute’s Immigration Research Initiative. “I don’t want to overstate the gains—we’re talking about 5 percent of the labor force. Still, those gains are real, and they’re important.”

Making Smarter State Investments: The Geographic Distribution of Business Subsidies in Pennsylvania

The state of Pennsylvania currently gives out roughly $300 million dollars each year to attract businesses to?Pennsylvania or retain existing ones. This report raises the question: does Pennsylvania invest these subsidies?in the right places? The report analyzes where subsidies given out by three of the largest Pennsylvania business?subsidy programs go, including the extent to which they go to older communities with existing infrastructure?versus outlying communities.