EDRP on Incentives
Author: Joshua Morris Hurwitz et al. 2015.

Incentives, used to encourage real estate development, capital investment, business formation, and workforce relocation, are key instruments in the economic development toolbox. IEDC members have requested guidelines to help them use incentives as effectively and efficiently as possible. Over two years, EDRP has prepared three reports on incentives. Seeding Growth (2015) details how to calculate incentives' economic and fiscal impact. More than Money (2014) explains how non-financial inducements can be used as cost-effective incentives. Incentives for the Twenty-First Century (2015) presents the latest in good incentive design. For the first time, these three reports are now available as a complete set at 15% off. Get your copy of this must-have economic development resource today.

IEDC Members, please visit the EDRP Publications page to download this publication for free.


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