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Two connections are missing

In a number of articles in the Boston press on the Governor's…
February 18, 2008/by Jim Stergios

The Dome does not get it

But Steve Bailey does. Not because he mentions Pioneer's work…
February 16, 2008/by Jim Stergios

Chinatown bus

I know there have been, let's call it, some issues with the Chinatown…
February 11, 2008/by Jim Stergios

Concentrating poverty in our cities

The Globe reports in "Warehouse for the Poor" that Holyoke and…
February 9, 2008/by Jim Stergios

Tough fight but they are right

Lenore and Skip Schloming of the Small Property Owners Association…
February 5, 2008/by Jim Stergios

A bit like asking if we should build the South Coast rail link

A friend on Friday mentioned her visit to infamous Gravina Island.…
January 30, 2008/by Jim Stergios

You can still make money in Boston real estate

In today's Metro, Mayor Menino is asked why the Hynes Center…
January 16, 2008/by Alan Petrillo

Unemployment Insurance: A Drag on Employment?

Unemployment Insurance in Massachusetts: Burdening Businesses and Hurting Job Creation, a new Pioneer Policy Brief, presents convincing evidence that UI’s problems are serious, but solvable.
January 16, 2008/by Editorial Staff

New Business Creation and The Urban Economy

Author(s): John H. Friar — Publication date: 2008-02-28 Category:…
January 1, 2008/by Editorial Staff

The Knock-on Effect of the Subprime Mess

I attended the Finance Advisory Board meeting last week and one…
December 27, 2007/by Steve Poftak

Stack em high

What level of concentration of poverty is the right amount? Is…
December 21, 2007/by Scott W. Graves

46 years ago and still true

Jane Jacobs was the maven of public input, but she is also in…
December 20, 2007/by Scott W. Graves

Who said this?

Could, for instance, more services be privatized? Could state…
December 20, 2007/by Steve Poftak

Maxing out the State Credit Card

As noted in yesterday's post, the Commonwealth signaled its intention…
November 30, 2007/by Steve Poftak

American Exceptionalism

Joseph Stiglitz was spot on about the costs of the Iraq War.…
November 28, 2007/by Scott W. Graves

Science giveth and science taketh away

The ethical controversy surrounding embryonic stem cells engendered…
November 27, 2007/by Scott W. Graves

Some ugly numbers on deficient bridges

The Reason Foundation has posted up some data on the number of…
November 9, 2007/by Scott W. Graves

People v Place

In the High Court of Common Sense, the people will always win.…
November 8, 2007/by Scott W. Graves

Murray’s Healthcare Moment

The prospect for dynamic reform on Beacon Hill seemed slight…
October 25, 2007/by Steve Poftak

Home of the Bean, the Cod, and the Free Glass of Tap Water

As much of the Sun Belt dries up, we may have to revise our tally…
October 22, 2007/by Alan Petrillo

Not rocket science – competition works

The Sunday Globe ran a great story on the dawn of a new industry…
October 8, 2007/by Scott W. Graves