New York City By the Numbers: IBO has updated the fiscal history section of our website with new data on New Yorkers’ income and personal income tax liability. The new data, the most recent available, covers the 2019 tax year. See some highlights from our updated tables.
IBO Assistant Director Sarita Subramanian's testimony at a New York City Council oversight hearing on the Department of Education’s Covid-19 academic recovery plans, as well as on a bill requiring the city reduce classroom capacity limits.
The Covid-19 pandemic caused sharper drops in employment in New York City than elsewhere in the nation – and the jobs recovery has been slower here. IBO examines how the city’s employment losses and recovery differ from the rest of the nation’s.
With manufacturing jobs in New York City declining, the New York City Industrial Development Agency, under the Giuliani Administration, created the Industrial Program in 1995. This report looks at the evolution and effectiveness of the program.
As the city relaunches curbside organics collection after a yearlong suspension due to Covid budget cuts. IBO examines the cost of the city’s program and models what's needed to make the program as fiscally sustainable as it is environmentally.
For many years, the city’s capital plans, which outline when funds for capital projects will be committed, have been substantially front-loaded with much of the funds slotted for the first year of each four-year plan—even though it was unlikely funds could or would be committed in that timeframe.
NYC is set to receive $7.3b in federal education aid from the 2 most recent stimulus acts, the CRRSA & ARPA. IBO details their planned uses and examines how much is budgeted for initiatives that will likely continue after federal funding stops.