Management & Labor

Black and Out of Work: How the Recession Changed Government Employment

The public sector used to be a place of upward mobility for minorities, particularly black women.

Welcome to Jobs Inc., Where States Have Little Say

Several states have decided the way to juice up economic development is to turn it over to a corporation outside the government bureaucracy. Is it working?

3 Things the New Tax Incentive Disclosures Rule Won't Reveal

The effectiveness of subsidies is hard to measure. A new rule will make it easier, but there's still a lot of information that governments aren't required to share about business deals.

Is 2015 the Year of the Electric (Government) Car?

There are reasons to believe America is at a turning point for changing the cars that cops and other public employees drive.

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