New York City ranks No. 1 among U.S. cities with over
330,000 financial services employees.
In the face of the worst fiscal crisis in its history, New York State is seeking creative ways to leverage its assets and increase its revenues — preferably, without raising taxes.
New York & China: Building a Global Partnership Includes Policy Recommendations To Help Focus Economic Activity In New York
Federal Tax Reform Threatens New York’s Competitiveness
Loss of itemized deductions would have a disproportionate impact
Lessons Learned: An Analysis of the New York City Investment Fund’s Financial Recovery Fund for Small Businesses Affected by 9/11
March 7, 2016
The economic impact a NJ Transit rail strike would have on New York City employers.
March 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.
The Partnership for New York City undertook this study in order to establish the full economic costs of air traffic congestion at the three major airports serving the New York Metropolitan Region.
Growth or Gridlock: The Economic Case for Traffic Relief and Transit Improvement for a Greater New York
November 17, 2015
New York City currently has 250,000 residents who are
unemployed and actively looking for work. More than
one-third of these unemployed residents have been out
of work for over six months.
October 19, 2015
New York City has twice as many homeless people as anyother city in the U.S. The city accounts for 2.7% of nation’s total population, but 12% of its homeless population.
August 12, 2015
The Partnership compiled crime statistics from across the five boroughs, looking at both violent and non-violent crimes. The statistics display the concentration of crime by police precinct and track the rates of crime since 2013.