Op eds, columns and letters

After the Meltdown: New York’s Future

November 19, 2008. An article by James Parrott, FPI’s deputy director and chief economist, who writes regularly for Gotham Gazette’s Economy section. Article >>(read more)

The End of Wall Street as We Know It

September 22, 2008. An article by James Parrott, FPI’s deputy director and chief economist, who writes regularly for Gotham Gazette’s Economy section. Article >>(read more)

The City Economy: Facing the Nation’s Woes

July 21, 2008. An article by James Parrott, FPI’s deputy director and chief economist, who writes regularly for Gotham Gazette’s Economy section. Article >>(read more)

Community Development Done Right

May 29, 2008. A column by David Dyssegaard Kallick, New York Metro.… (read more)

New Jersey town offers immigration insights

April 21, 2008.  A column by FPI senior fellow David Dyssegaard Kallick, Newsday.… (read more)

Is America becoming a lottery society?

April 1, 2008. An op ed by FPI senior fellow David Dyssegaard Kallick, New York Metro.… (read more)

Ten Reasons We Don’t Have the Economy We Thought We Had

March 19, 2008. An article by James Parrott, FPI’s deputy director and chief economist, who writes regularly for Gotham Gazette’s Economy section. Article >>(read more)

State must work to fix property tax problem

March 14, 2008. A letter to the editor of The Saratogian by FPI senior economist Trudi Renwick.… (read more)

Film Study Misinterpreted

March 9, 2008. A letter to the editor by FPI deputy director and chief economist James A. Parrott, The Hartford Courant.… (read more)

What’s wrong with the CGR critique of prevailing wage requirements

February 29, 2008. In a letter to the editor of the Long Island Business News, FPI deputy director and chief economist James A. Parrott explains what’s wrong with the recent report on prevailing wage requirements by the Rochester-based Center for Governmental Research.… (read more)