November 16, 2018

New York's Smaller Counties Getting Left Behind

Adam Millsap

Assistant Director, L. Charles Hilton Jr. Center for the Study of Economic Prosperity and Individual Opportunity, Florida State University

While New York City thrives, much of New York state struggles economically. That's because anti-growth policies from the state government, while not negative enough to effect NYC's vibrant agglomeration economy, causes less populous areas to suffer. Adam Millsap urges policymakers to change course in Forbes.