A Primer on Housing Markets with a Bird’s Eye View on New Jersey’s

January 11th, 2022|Comments Off on A Primer on Housing Markets with a Bird’s Eye View on New Jersey’s

By Michael L. Lahr, R/ECON™ Housing markets are not just geographically separated, they are socially stratified too (in combination the two generate what is termed, “housing market segmentation”). Properties in a region can differ radically [...]

Bicycle Lanes: Motivating Active Transportation

January 4th, 2022|Comments Off on Bicycle Lanes: Motivating Active Transportation

Tia Azzi, R/ECON Not all bike lanes are created equal. New Jersey is trying to encourage bicycling as a main form of transportation by enhancing existing ways and expanding bike lanes. But only about 0.3% [...]

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Interstate Migration: A Lost Cause for New Jersey?

December 20th, 2021|Comments Off on Interstate Migration: A Lost Cause for New Jersey?

Tia Azzi For many years, New Jersey has lost population via net in- and out-migration. From 2011 through 2019, this has resulted in the state hemorrhaging a total of more than $23.6 billion in net [...]

Which Sector is Leading New Jersey’s Pandemic Recovery?

November 30th, 2021|Comments Off on Which Sector is Leading New Jersey’s Pandemic Recovery?

November 30, 2021 Maia de la Calle, Rutgers Economic Advisory Service (R/ECON™) In the past few weeks, discussions on the “Great Resignation” and labor shortages have permeated news cycles. These phenomena, characterized by (1) record-high [...]

NJ Inflation and You, Imperfect Together?

November 15th, 2021|Comments Off on NJ Inflation and You, Imperfect Together?

Michael L. Lahr, R/ECONTM November 15, 2021 Inflation has found its way to the front pages of newspapers for the first time in decades.  From New Jersey’s perspective though, national reports of inflation are greater [...]