Nh Center for Public Policy Studies

Nh Center for Public Policy Studies
Nh Center for Public Policy Studies is listed in the Research Services category in Concord, New Hampshire. Displayed below are the social networks for Nh Center for Public Policy Studies which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Nh Center for Public Policy Studies on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 84.

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1 Eagle Sq
Concord, NH 03301
(603) 226-2500
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@kronayne [Art.] 18. All money bills shall originate in the house of representatives; but the senate may propose, o twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

Pressure is building for a silicon valley somewhere else: tinyurl.com/jcrdrd8

@wkxlnhchris asked the Center about immigration and the foreign born population in NH. Here is our recent work: tinyurl.com/j6hmxe9

Steve Norton interviewed for national PBS special Alzheimer’s: Every Minute Counts - the national threat. NHPTV 11-3 at 8 pm tonight.

What's Driving NH's Economy? goo.gl/fb/nQH6wm

Greg Bird, the Center's Economist at the NEEP conference. Continued Growth Of Mass. Economy Depends On Immigration, Experts Say http://www.wbur.org/bostonomix/2017/01/17/economic-growth-massachusetts-immigration
Massachusetts and New Hampshire have the strongest economies in New England, but experts say continued growth depends on immigration.

At the request of the Commission to Address Child Hunger in New Hampshire, NH Center for Public Policy Staff were asked to put food insecurity and poverty in the context of a changing New Hampshire economy post the Great Recession.
In 2016, the legislature passed SB 437, an act which established a commission to address child hunger in New Hampshire.  In this presentation, Center staff provided information on measures of food insecurity, and various measures of the economic well-being of New Hampshire families and children, alo...

New info on changing demographics ....
According to the New Hampshire Office of Energy and Planning, New Hampshire's school age and working age populations are expected to be smaller, while the state's elderly population will dramatically grow. These predictions come from the most recent population projections by the OEP. These projectio...

The Center is looking for a new Associate Director! See here for details: http://www.nhpolicy.org/news/one-of-the-best-jobs-in-the-state
This is one of the best jobs in New Hampshire. The Center is looking for one of the most talented people in the region to fill it.

A sad day for New Hampshire. As a founder and director of the New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies , and more generally an advocate for clear public policy thinking, he will be missed.
Martin Gross, the three-term former mayor of Concord, a respected New Hampshire attorney and longtime Democratic activist, has died. Sulloway