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Massachusetts Economic Outlook, 2016-2020

On January 17, 2017, Senior Research Associate Alan Clayton-Matthews presented at the New England Economic Partnership Economic Outlook Conference at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. Download Presentation (PDF)

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The State of Women’s Advancement in Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Public Policy

On March 3, 2017, Associate Director Alicia Sasser Modestino presented at The State of Women’s Advancement Symposium at Northeastern University. Download Presentation (PDF) Watch videos: Panel 1, Panel 2, Panel 3.

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The Massachusetts Economy and the Critical Importance of Skills Development

On October 19, 2016, Senior Research Associate Barry Bluestone presented at the Northeastern University Career Counselors Consortium on Massachusetts economy. Download Presentation (PDF)

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Housing proposal gets mixed reaction in Wellesley

By John Hilliard | Boston Globe A proposed housing development that would add 95 new rental units across the street from the MBTA’s Wellesley Square commuter rail station has some town officials concerned about the impact on the neighborhood. Developer Victor Sheen, president of Brookline-based Oakgrove Residential, wants to replace five homes on Delanson Circle with […]

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Business confidence up in June

By State House News Service Optimism about labor force participation trends is outweighing worry about long-term growth, an Associated Industries of Massachusetts survey of employers found, as confidence in the economy climbed again last month. AIM’s Business Confidence Index rose a full point to 61.8 in June, the ninth month out of the last 10 […]

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How Summer Jobs Programs Impact Young People Long After The Seasons Change

By Shawn Bodden, Jill Kaufman | WBUR A new study out of Northeastern University finds that summer jobs programs for youth improve social skills and reduce violent crime. The study looked at participants in Boston’s summer jobs program and compared their outcome with a control group. The results showed a 35 percent reduction in violent crimes. Guests […]

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Dukakis Center Experts

Ted Landsmark

Ted Landsmark

Expertise: Urban planning, diversity, higher education management, social justice

Joan Fitzgerald

Joan Fitzgerald

Expertise: Climate-change planning, economic development, renewable energy, urban economic development, urban sustainability

Alan Clayton-Matthews

Alan Clayton-Matthews

Expertise: Labor market assessment, state and local finance, urban economic development, urban fiscal policy, economic policy evaluation

Alicia Sasser Modestino

Alicia Sasser Modestino

Expertise: Labor market dynamics, skills mismatch, youth labor market attachment, migration, housing, health care reform, regional economic analysis

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