The Yankee Institute’s new study on migration patterns in and out of Connecticut by J. Scott Moody, M.A. and Wendy P. Warcholik, Ph.D Download the full report now! (PDF) When Americans think they can find a better job and higher quality of life somewhere else, they move. Migration between the states ...
by Fergus Cullen This article originally ran in the Waterbury Republican-American on Sunday, July 5, 2009. Will Rogers might have said, “Half of all money spent by government is wasted. The government just needs to hire a few more bureaucrats to figure out which half.” Unfortunately, less than half of ...
This report is a non-partisan effort to increase the public’s and policymaker’s understanding of the recently enacted American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA), the so called “stimulus bill,” as well as some of its fiscal and economic impacts in the State of Connecticut.
HARTFORD – With the poor economy continuing to be a burden on Connecticut’s citizens, the Yankee Institute’s Policy Director, Heath W. Fahle, called the budget proposal announced this morning by Democratic legislators a “death sentence” for our state.
Report published in November 2007. Connecticut should reform its job training programs because a skilled workforce will attract new businesses. Download the Report Now
The Yankee Institute presents awards for the best and worst fiscal policies in the state.