Center Scholar's Commentary at

New Red Wings arena should not get corporate welfare

Dr. Christopher Douglas, an associate professor of economics at the University of Michigan-Flint and a member of the Center’s Board of Scholars, writes at MLive today that the proposed new arena for the Detroit Red Wings should not receive any corporate welfare.

Center analysts have written on the same topic here and here.


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