The Public Policy Institute of New York State, Inc.

The Public Policy Institute of New York State, Inc. is a research and educational organization whose purpose is to formulate and promote public policies that will restore New York's economic competitiveness.  The Institute accomplishes this mission by conducting timely, in-depth research addressing key state policy issues.  Founded in 1981 and affiliated with The Business Council of New York State, Inc., The Institute is a non-partisan, tax-exempt, 501 (c) (3) organization.  The Institute depends on the support of corporations, individuals, and foundations for its income, and does not accept any government funding.

Common Core

P-TECH (The NYS Pathways in Technology Early College High School)

Featured Reports

Design-Build Project Delivery Method

Design-Build Project Delivery Method
November 2014


Analysis of Economic Impacts of New York Corporate Income Tax Reform
January 2014


Re-examining Issues in Procurement

Re-Examining Issues in Procurement
December 2013


Workers' Comp Costs - Revisiting the Reforms

Workers' Comp Costs - Revisiting the Reforms
October 2012


Unique New York
Key indicators of the economic performance of New York State
September 2012


Cultivating

Cultivating the Next Generation of Discoveries and Development in New York Bioscience
May 2012


Drilling for Jobs:

Drilling for Jobs:
What the Marcellus Shale could mean for New York

July 2011


Let's Make It Here - Keys to a Manufacturing Resurgence in New York

Let's Make It Here

Keys to a Manufacturing Resurgence in New York
May 2011


Pharma

New York Must Step Up Its Game

The Global Struggle for Biopharmaceutical Jobs

 

Just the Facts

The cost of doing business is higher in New York than in most other states because employers must pay more for employee benefits, energy, taxes and other costs, an updated online edition of the Institute’s Just The Facts shows.

Benchmarking New York Tool

The Business Council's Public Policy Institute and Empire Center for New York State Policy release benchmark study on tax rates for counties, towns, cities and villages