N.Y.C. council speaker prescribes tax cuts as cure for city's economic ills
- Tax break that promotes stardom. // Crain's New York Business;3/13/2006, Vol. 22 Issue 11, p8
The article presents information about tax breaks given to the motion picture industry in New York City. The tax breaks provide 15% rebates on most production costs. Since the temporary incentives were enacted, at least 250 productions have been shot in the city, the number of days spent...
- Ideas to help NY's economy. // Crain's New York Business;2/9/2009, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p10
The article focuses on the issues discussed at the Future of New York City conference, held in 2009. The event produced a series of steps that can be taken to bolster the city's economy and to help speed a recovery. Panelists, business and civic leaders came up with several suggestions. They...
- Consumers add to gift lists. // Crain's New York Business;11/29/93, Vol. 9 Issue 48, p41
Reports that New York City retailers expect a growth in business in 1993 as shoppers say they intend to spend at least as much in 1993 as they did in 1992. Analysis of results of survey conducted by Arthur Andersen & Co.
- Business services and the economic performance of the... Noyelle, Thierry // Economic Policy Review (19320426);Feb97, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p79
Focuses on the business services and economic performance of the metropolitan region in New York. Business services in the world economy; New York business service firms.
- Recent developments in New York City's economy. Rosen, Rae D. // Quarterly Review (01476580);Summer93, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p15
Examines the cyclical sources of strength as well as the lingering excesses of the 1983-89 boom period of New York City, New York. Signs of growth; Prospects for growth; Structural impediments that could dampen growth; Factors and anomalies arguing for an optimistic outlook. INSET: Box: The...
- Economic and demographic change: The case of New York City. Ehrenhalt, Samuel M. // Monthly Labor Review;Feb93, Vol. 116 Issue 2, p40
Examines the effects of postwar socioeconomic changes on the city of New York, one of the world's great urban centers. Today's New York; The historical content; The new decline; The longer term; Occupational change; Demographic dynamics; Growth prospects; Data sources.
- The big squeeze. Blauner, P. // New York;4/2/90, Vol. 23 Issue 13, p50
Examines the budget crisis in New York City where the Dinkins administration is facing a $1.8 billion gap for fiscal 1991. Severe cutbacks loom for a city already reeling from crushing social problems. Plans to keep the budget from reaching crisis proportions; Flattening of the market economy...
- Hard times. Stonebraker, M. // New York;11/19/90, Vol. 23 Issue 45, p36
Reports that a sobering economic reality has settled over New York, a cold, hard morning after the high times of the eighties. Examines two forecasts of the city's economic future--the doomsayers' prediction of fiscal chaos, flight and chronic deterioration, and the optimists' belief that this,...
- How to cut the budget. Hellman, P. // New York;1/21/91, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p26
Reports that as New York Mayor David Dinkins touts his 1992 fiscal plan this week, he faces a gap of some $2.1 billion. Offers 10 ways that the city could save millions of dollars without sacrificing services.