EDA to pay $1.9 million to study incentives

July 27, 2018

“The governor’s talking a lot about the need to take a fresh look at incentives and make sure we’re getting the right value for investment, make sure we’re getting the right return on our investments and make sure we’re encouraging the parts of the economy that we think need the most encouragement.” EDA CEO Tim Sullivan said.

A report earlier this month, conducted by the Rutgers Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy and delivered by the EDA, suggested the authority may be doling out incentives too generously.

NJBiz, July 26, 2018

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