Posts Tagged ‘Pew Charitable Trusts’

Mississippi takes an incentives licking, keeps on ticking

By Jack Weatherly If the Pew Charitable Trusts gave Mississippi the stick in 2012, it seems to be trying the carrot this time. Mississippi economic development officials thought the respected independent nonprofit organization was harsh in its assessment of how the state was tracking its incentives. “It sounded like like they were unfairly indicting the […] [...]

Passing the test … Mississippi’s economic development incentives must now prove their worth

The Pew Charitable Trusts has moved Mississippi to the front of the class among states with effective strategies for evaluating the value of taxpayer-supported incentives for economic development. Mississippi’s elevation to national leader from Pew’s laggard list just two years ago comes after Gov. Phil Bryant’s signing last week of House Bill 1365, the Economic […] [...]

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