A presentation by the City of Wichita regarding IRBs is good as far as it goes, which is not far enough.
Posts tagged as “Center for Economic Development and Business Research”
A report on the economic impact of the first ten years of operation of the Intrust Bank Arena in downtown Wichita incorrectly reported tax revenue.
It would be simple for the City of Wichita to include additional relevant information regarding economic development incentive decisions.
Given recent data and the CEDBR forecasts, Wichita's momentum is a slowly growing economy, with the rate of growth declining.
Examining job creation in Wichita as compared to the state and the nation.
A tweet from a top Wichita city official promotes great news that really isn't so great.
The unrealized potential of an economic development incentive teaches lessons.
Wichita employment trends are positive for three consecutive months.
How much, if anything, do tax abatements cost?
Opinions vary on economic development incentives, but we ought to expect to be told the truth of the details.
It's good news that Spirit AeroSystems is expanding in Wichita. Let's look at the cost.
The new State of Downtown Wichita report for 2017 is missing something. What is it, and why is it missing?
Karl Peterjohn and Bob Weeks discuss some statistics regarding downtown Wichita and then the Kansas school finance court decision.
Is it equitable for business firms to pay no sales tax, while low-income families pay sales tax on groceries?
The Wichita Business Journal and the City of Wichita team to provide incorrect coverage and missing analysis.
More, but likely not all, of the Cargill incentives will be before the Wichita City Council this week.
John Todd joins Bob Weeks and Karl Peterjohn to discuss issues involving the City of Wichita, including the future of Naftzger Park and economic development.
The Wichita Eagle's coverage of the number of workers in Downtown Wichita isn't fake news, just wrong news.