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  • The Connecticut Economic Digest

    The purpose of the Connecticut Economic Digest is to provide up-to-date data on the state's workforce and economy. The monthly publication is produced by the Connecticut Department of Labor's Office of Research and the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development.

  • Connecticut Municipal Statistical and Formula Aid Information

    Prepared by Connecticut's Office of Policy and Management, this document includes demographic and education data for each of the state's 169 municipalities. Also included in the document is statutory formula aid for each city and town from FY 2011 - FY 2019 as well as historical information about each city and town's mill rate, state aid per capita, fund balance, expenditures, and revenue.

  • FY 2019 Midterm Economic Report of the Governor

    Required by Section 4-74a of the Connecticut General Statutes, this report is prepared by Connecticut's Office of Policy and Management and is required to "include the recommendations of the Governor concerning the economy and shall include an analysis of the impact of both proposed spending and proposed revenue programs on the employment, production and purchasing power of the people and industries within the state.” This report is also intended to provide a brief profile of the State of Connecticut, the economy of the state, revenues and economic assumptions that support the governor's budget, and an analysis of the impact of both proposed spending and proposed revenue programs on the economy of the State of Connecticut.

  • Connecticut’s Population and Migration Trends: A Multi-Data Source Dive

    This report examines whether the common narrative that "young people” and the “wealthy” are leaving Connecticut is substantiated by the data. The report examines a variety of publicly available data sources to ascertain Connecticut's migration trends and answer the following questions: 1) What is driving Connecticut’s recent population declines?; 2) Is Connecticut unique in these declines?; and 3) Who is migrating in and out from Connecticut on three dimensions - age, educational attainment, and income?

  • Measuring Municipal Fiscal Disparities in Connecticut

    This research report from the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston's New England Public Policy Center measures nonschool fiscal disparities in Connecticut and aims to identify the factors that are driving said fiscal disparities. The report also examines the extent to which existing nonschool municipal grant programs address the existing disparities.