Economic Development Tax Incentives

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business incentives initiative

Pew’s business incentives initiative helps states identify and share best practices for collecting, managing, and analyzing data on economic development incentives. The initiative collaborates with the governors of Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Virginia, each of whom has assembled a team with expertise in economic development, revenue, budgeting, auditing, and other areas. These groups work across agencies and states to share innovations and resolve common challenges.

The initiative will culminate with the release of a report outlining effective strategies that states can use to improve their own economic development investments. The business incentives initiative is a joint project of Pew and the Center for Regional Economic Competitiveness and is supported by the Laura and John Arnold Foundation.

Watch the videos below to hear from state officials involved in the business incentives initiative.

Creating an Objective Framework

Deidre Myers, Oklahoma deputy secretary of commerce...

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Focusing on Outcomes

Rob McClintock, vice president of research at the Virginia...

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The Value of Working with Your Peers

Carsten Hohnke, senior vice president of strategy and policy at Michigan...

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The Importance of 'Why'

Garth Brazelton, director of operations and business systems at Indiana...

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Asking the Tough Questions

Alice Rolli, assistant commissioner of strategy at the Tennessee Department...

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Increasing Access to Information

Robert Rehrmann, analyst with the Department of Legislative Services...

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