Economic Development

Rumors of Taxpayer Spending

Economic Interference Week

Film Incentives Clearly Hurt

So Long Film Subsidies

A Look Back at Michigan's Battery Subsidies

The Problem of Corporate Welfare

Tracking the True Cost of Tourism Spending

Hohman Testimony to House Committee

'Blown Away' Program Prolonged

Beckmann Cites CapCon on Film Incentives

Center Research Cited in Daily Caller

Center Scholar's Commentary at

Lopez on Fox Business

Corporate Welfare Schemes Need Transparency

MDOT Subsidy Numbers Off Track

Corporate Welfare Scheme Back With New Name

Batman and Superman vs. Taxpayers

From Here to Eternity?

Corporate Welfare Won't Save Detroit

WingsWorld on Fox Business

More Corporate Welfare for Detroit

Corporate Welfare a Continual Failure

Films or Potholes?

Stop Giving Tax Dollars to Hollywood

Why Film Subsidies Must Go

Paul Williams RIP

Center Analyst Discusses Film Subsidies

A Look Behind the Curtain

Media Ignores Costs In Film Coverage

On Breughel and Brussels Sprouts

Road Funding or Film Subsidies?

The Common Ploy for More Funding

Ethanol Subsidies Costly, Damaging

Terrible Track Record

Skorup Cited in Wall Street Journal

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