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Corporate Tax Cuts Help Put State in the Red

A decade of corporate tax cuts are a major reason that Pennsylvania is expected to have far fewer resources...

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Pennsylvania at Another Crossroads

Over the past few years, many other states, similar to Pennsylvania in 2011 and again today, have faced critical...

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A Wage-Less and Income-Less Recovery for PA’s 99 Percent. New Study: Top 1% Only Group to See Income Gains Since 2009

Reports and Research Papers concludes that raising the minimum wage, strengthening unions, and requiring CEOs and other top earners...

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The Pennsylvania Promise: Making College Affordable and Securing Pennsylvania’s Economic Future

  With a modest and smart investment, Pennsylvania can build a more prosperous future for its citizens and reinvigorate...

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The Pennsylvania Promise – Affordable College for all Pennsylvanians

This presentation, given by labor economist Mark Price on January 24, 2018, outlines our “Pennsylvania Promise” plan to make...

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Pennsylvania’s Industry Partnerships – Foundation For A Competitive And Prosperous Pennsylvania

Keystone Research Center Executive Director Stephen Herzenberg delivered Testimony on February 24, 2010 at a Pennsylvania House Labor Relations...

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Stuck on the Bottom Rung of the Wage Ladder

While previous studies of the upward mobility of low-wage workers have relied on economic data for the United States...

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The State of Working Pennsylvania 2002

“The State of Working Pennsylvania 2002” provides a statistical portrait of the economic status of Pennsylvania’s workers, families, and...

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Many Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority Loans Create Low-Quality Jobs

A central goal of Pennsylvania economic development programs is to create more good jobs in the Commonwealth. As one...

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Economic Development Subsidies in Pennsylvania: Do they Fuel Sprawl?

Previously, the KRC published one of the only attempts to gauge the quality of jobs created by Pennsylvania economic...

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The State of Working Pennsylvania 2004

“The State of Working Pennsylvania 2004” paints a statistical portrait of the economic status of Pennsylvania’s workers, families, and...

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The State of Working Pennsylvania 2003

“The State of Working Pennsylvania 2003” differs from previous editions by being shorter and focused on two stand-out trends...

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