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The Sacramento Bee featured a report from the USC Price School that analyzed the California agency tasked with funding stem cell research. “The report found that the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine has generated more than $641 million in state and local revenue as well as more than $726 million in federal tax revenue,” they wrote.
Voice of OC quoted Terry Cooper of the USC Price School on a conflict of interest involving the CEO of the Orange County fairgrounds.
Report from the Price School analyzing the California agency tasked with funding stem cell research highlighted
San Francisco Chronicle highlighted a report from the USC Price School that analyzed the California agency tasked with funding stem cell research.
Bento’s presentation to Regional Council regarding sustainable development in Southern California featured
USC Price Professor Antonio M. Bento provided a presentation to the Regional Council regarding challenges and opportunities for sustainable development in Southern California.
Glenn Melnick of the USC Price School was quoted in The New York Times regarding a lawsuit against Sutter Health.
By Matthew Kredell USC Prof. Annette Kim visited South Korea in September to debut her latest research project at the 2019 Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism. The work of Kim and her team at SLAB, the Spatial Analysis Lab at USC Price, ethniCity re-maps race and ethnicity in Los Angeles by geocoding the languages and words expressed in 9 million signs around the county. The Seoul mayor and city government were heavily involved in […]
The Sacramento Bee featured research from Michael Thom of the USC Price School on the lack of return on investment for motion picture tax incentives.
Roll Up the Red Carpet: New Study Finds Billions of Dollars in State Entertainment Industry Tax Incentives Don’t Bring Promised Jobs
USC Price Study Evaluated Five States with Highest Incentive Spending—NY, GA, LA, MA and CT; No Significant Employment Boost from Movie and Television Production Found You may not have seen the latest movie blockbuster, but you very well may have helped pay for it. A new University of Southern California (USC) Sol Price School of Public Policy study published in the State and Local Government Review finds that corporate tax incentives paid by states to […]
A recent Los Angeles Times article points out that the price of housing in California has pushed half of California’s voters to consider leaving the state. USC Professor and population dynamics researcher, Dowell Myers, explains that “younger people have a much higher likelihood of moving out of state than others.”