A NorthJersey.com article quoted a R/ECON report from Mike Lahr and Tia Azzi examining population density shifts in New Jersey in the time since the 2020 census was released.
The Office of Management and Budget issued new guidance revisions for federal agencies on the conduct of cost-benefit analysis, and NJSPL Principal Investigator Dean Stuart Shapiro explains the potential significance of these changes in a new op ed from The Hill.
NJBIZ published an article featuring a recent report authored in collaboration with NJSPL and the Center for Women and Work examining who has been hit hardest by inflation in New Jersey.
NJ 101.5 interviewed NJSPL Research Affiliate Yana van der Meulen Rodgers on a recent report in collaboration with the Center for Women and Work and the NJSPL which examined who is most impacted by inflation in New Jersey.
NJSPL Research Affiliates including Hannah Younes, Bob Noland, Leigh Ann Von Hagen, and James Sinclar authored a new op-ed with Zag Daily discussing the results from their survey polling over 2,400 New Jerseyans on their travel methods during the pandemic.
An NJSPL report in collaboration with Center for Women and Work examining the impact the pandemic has had on women in New Jersey was cited in a recent article from the Asbury Park Press on Thanksgiving grocery donations.
NJ Spotlight News interviewed Yana van der Meulen Rodgers, faculty director of the Center for Women and Work, on a recent report examining inflation in New Jersey published in collaboration with the New Jersey State Policy Lab.
Frequent NJSPL contributor Marc Pfeiffer authored a series of articles on technology fitness for elected and public officials which was published in the New Jersey League of Municipalities magazine.
NJSPL Research Affiliates Joel Cantor, Carl Van Horn, Dawne E. Mouzon, and James Walkup published a new article through the Millbank Memorial Fund examining the link between unemployment and negative impacts on mental health such as anxiety and depression.
NJSPL Principal Investigator Dean Stuart Shapiro makes the case that government regulations have not had a negative impact on the U.S.' economic growth, despite others' past claims to the contrary.