Latest Research

New York’s Next Big Industry: Commercial Life Sciences

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Targeted public and private investment can double the jobs and economic output of the state’s life sciences industry over the next decade.

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U.S. Economy Loses if Federal Government Ends State and Local Tax Deductibility

March 29, 2017
New York City’s tax revenue contribution to the federal government is $56.1 billion more than it receives in federal grants and other support.

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Dashboard: Key Economic Indicators of NYC

February 17, 2017
The Partnership is tracking the status of the city’s economic well-being and livability.

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New York’s Tax Problem

February 9, 2017
New York’s top personal income rates are higher than domestic and international competitors.

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Clear for Takeoff: A Better Future for New York Metro Airports

January 27, 2017
How New York City employers and business travelers rely on local airports/air travel, and what improvements could make travel more efficient

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2017 Federal Priorities

2017 Federal PrioritiesDecember 2016
After the Presidential election, the Partnership surveyed CEOs to solicit their views on the top federal priorities for 2017.

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New York’s Next Big Industry: Commercial Life Sciences

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A new report on New York’s life sciences industry and its potential for significant growth in the coming years.

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Fintech’s Golden Age

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As fintechs move from competition to collaboration,
Wall Street has a unique opportunity to advance.

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New York’s Innovation Economy

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A deep dive into New York’s challenges and opportunities

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2015 Economic Impact of Financial Services

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New York City ranks No. 1 among U.S. cities with over
330,000 financial services employees.

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Congestion Pricing: Time to Get Serious

Congestion Pricing: Time to Get SeriousMarch 24, 2016
While congestion pricing is something New York City should seriously explore, the benefits of MoveNY are open to question and depend on actions and investments by state and local government.

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NJ Transit Strike Economic Impact

NJ Transit Rail Strike: The Economic Impact on New York City

March 7, 2016
The economic impact a NJ Transit rail strike would have on New York City employers.

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