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Weak 2016 Tax Revenue Continues Fiscal Challenges for States


May 8, 2017

Drug Overdose and Chronic Drug Abuse Deaths on the Rise in New York State


April 20, 2017

Michigan State Employees' Retirement System Has Little Risk of Becoming Severely Underfunded Over Next Three Decades


March 30, 2017

Tax Revenue Forecasts Are Lowered as States Enter Budget Negotiations


March 27, 2017

Carl T. Hayden Completes Successful Service as Board Chair of Rockefeller Institute


March 27, 2017

Despite Private Sector Growth, State and Local Government Employment Has Not Regained Jobs Lost to the Great Recession


March 16, 2017

Rockefeller Institute: Weak Revenue Growth Amid Uncertainty About Federal Tax Changes


March 9, 2017

Jeremy Creelan Joins the Rockefeller Institute of Government as a Visiting Fellow


March 1, 2017

Pension Model Developed by the Rockefeller Institute of Government Finds Los Angeles Fire and Police Pension Fund has Little Risk of Severe Underfunding, but Risk Remains for the City


February 22, 2017

Former NYS Senior Official Assumes Rockefeller Institute Leadership Post


February 13, 2017

Sicker-Than-Anticipated ACA Enrollees Caused Major Problems for State Individual Health Marketplaces over Past Four Years, New Brookings-Rockefeller Research Finds


February 9, 2017

Rockefeller Institute Researchers Examine Appropriateness of Public Pension Fund Investment Risk-Taking


February 1, 2017

Rockefeller Institute to House New York Municipal Clerks Institute


January 18, 2017

Public Pension Investment Risk-Taking May Result in Future Changes


January 10, 2017

New Model Highlights Link Between Public Pension Plan Demographics and Fund Volatility


December 7, 2016

Rockefeller Institute: State and Local Finances Face Continued Challenges


November 30, 2016

Rockefeller Institute Analyzes Pension Risk for University of California Retirement Plan Using Pension Simulation Tool


November 22, 2016

Director of Fiscal Policy Don Boyd Reacts to Actuarial Standard Board’s Proposed Policy on Pension Risk


November 9, 2016

Rockefeller Institute: Continued Sober News in State Revenues Picture


October 31, 2016

Rhode Island ACA Report Points to Government Commitment Since Program’s Earliest Days


October 19, 2016

Poor Performance in State Tax Revenues: Weak Growth in the First Quarter, Declines in the Second Quarter


September 22, 2016

Gambling Research Sparks National/International Attention


August 31, 2016

Risks In Public Pension Funds Still Large


August 10, 2016

Implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), a Work in Progress


July 27, 2016

Boyd and Dadayan Published in the Council of State Governments’ 2016 Book of the States


July 18, 2016

More Research Needed to Strengthen HIV Care Delivery and Workforce, Study Says


July 11, 2016

Uncertainty Weighs on State Revenue Forecasts for FY 2016-17


June 30, 2016

Study: New York State’s Disaster Response Approach Unique and Effective


June 28, 2016

Public Health Researchers Track Transformative Period of Kentucky Health Policy


June 20, 2016

New York Report Chronicles ACA Implementation Progress Through Effective Leadership/Cooperation


June 8, 2016

Rockefeller Institute Reports Highlight Public Pension Risk


June 2, 2016

Colorado Officials Explain Policy Changes That Led to a Surge in Electoral Participation


May 24, 2016

April State Income Tax Returns, Always a Wild Card, Likely to be Weak in Many States


April 13, 2016

Rockefeller Institute Blinken Report: Gambling Not a Solution to State Revenue Woes


April 12, 2016

SUNY Research Findings to Enhance Applied Learning Opportunities for Students: Rockefeller Institute of Government Studies Analyze Higher Education Efforts in the U.S. and Abroad


April 7, 2016

Softening Third-Quarter Growth in State Taxes, Weak Forecasts for Fiscal 2016 and 2017


March 7, 2016

Wildavsky: Seeking Economic Growth, Asia Embraces the Liberal Arts


February 22, 2016

Wildavsky: Britain’s Open University a Distance Learning Pioneer


February 2, 2016

Historic Decline in Oil and Coal Prices Hammers State Tax Revenue


February 1, 2016

Rockefeller Institute Launches Constitutional Convention Educational Website


January 26, 2016

Stock Market Hits Pound Public Pension Performance


January 20, 2016

Powerball No Panacea for State Coffers


January 13, 2016

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