A poll conducted for the Citizen's Housing and Planning Association (CHAPA) on the state of affordable housing in Massachusetts where residents statewide were polled, along with residents of the MetroWest region of Massachusetts.
This study, exploring commuting patterns between regions in Massachusetts, finds that commute times in Massachusetts, which were roughly in line with the national average two decades ago, have since increased considerably and at a much faster pace than the nation as a whole. Time lost to commuting increased by nearly 20 percent between 1990 and 2000.
A study by Massachusetts Telecommunications Council, with data analysis provided by the UMass Donahue Institute.
Hanscom Air Force Base and Natick Soldier Systems Center are major contributors to the economy of the Commonwealth and its regions.
The medical-device community is an integral component of the Massachusetts economy, providing high-paying jobs and designing and manufacturing some of the world's most innovative medical products.
This report, surveying attitudes and expectations of small business owners in all six New England states, was designed to assess the economic outlook for small businesses operating in New England.
This report addresses two major issues of concern to the Town of Erving: redevelopment of a prominent brownfield site and the promotion of affordable housing.
This research analyzes recent migration patterns in Massachusetts, examining both the magnitude of migration over the last 12 years and the characteristics of migrants.
This study offers an economic analysis of the state's telecommunications industry, including trends and ranking among other states.
A comprehensive study of the fiscal impact of new housing development in Massachusetts prepared for the Citizens’ Housing and Planning Association.
This report discusses recent trends and developments in the financial services industry in the United States and Massachusetts, offering scenarios for the industry's future evolution.
The industry consists of 264 manufacturing establishments, with nearly 21,000 employees, a payroll of almost $1 billion, and shipments valued at $4 billion, making Massachusetts second only to Minnesota in the production of medical devices.
This study examines the employment, sales, investment trends, and various segments of the telecommunications industry in Massachusetts and concludes that the industry will continue to be a critical part of the Massachusetts economy.
This study analyzes Massachusetts and its regional economic dynamics for the Massachusetts Department of Economic Development.
This study describes the effects of two decades of boom and bust on workers and families, analyzing winners and losers in a new state economy.
This report presents an analysis of a cluster of new media businesses – or technology enterprise - in Berkshire County.
This report presents the findings of a survey of individuals and organizations aligned with bTech.