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 adjusted gross income.
Stuart Shapiro and David Listokin discuss the significance and impact of current reverse migration trends as well as the economic impacts of historic preservation activities on Route 66.
Remember when suburbia was a four-letter word? City life is where it was at — access to transit, outdoor cafes, vibrant street life. Especially over the last decade, the trend was urbanization, led by millennials, in places like Jersey City and Hoboken, which saw...