Highly skilled immigrants to the United States (“HSIs”) have helped catalyze American economic growth and advances in human welfare by generating knowledge and innovations that have spawned new products, services, systems, jobs, and wealth. A number of studies document that HSIs are ...Read More
The sales tax in Pennsylvania is a hefty 6%, while because of the gross receipts tax, the perception is that the sales tax in Delaware is zero. How much of an impact does this have on retail trade in Delaware? The chart within the full article compares retail sales per $1,000 of residenti...Read More
According to Gaming & Resort Development, national casino and racino revenue has emerged from the recession losses to post a modest 1% gain in 2010. Delaware’s racino revenue rose 1.5%. The combination of the recession and the growth in gaming revenue in Pennsylvania and Maryland has drop...Read More
Over the past five fiscal years the operating budget of the Delaware Department of Transportation (DELDOT) has grown 18% while inflation rose 7%. So, DELDOT has been living large, yet the winners and losers inside the Department are curious. The big winner with a 45% budget increase over th...Read More
Delaware’s export patterns indicate that Delaware’s economy, as with the rest of the nation, is increasingly reliant on the production of technologically sophisticated products, such as pharmaceuticals. Delaware’s potential for job growth depends upon its ability to provide hi...Read More
Reflections on the National Association of Manufacturers new agenda for boosting U.S. manufacturing.
Fiskers projected sales dont coincide with reality.
Delaware AFSCME is living large during the recession
The return to the pre-recession peak level of jobs in Delaware will be a slow process.
Is a $2.4 million grant to CIGNA an appropriate use of state funds?