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Whether we’re tracking the evolution and growth of NYC’s economy and neighborhoods, publishing new data and innovative case studies, or analyzing the emergence of new industries, NYCEDC has its finger on the pulse across all five boroughs.

The Economic Research & Policy Group

NYCEDC's Economic Research & Policy (ERP) group performs industry and economic research to provide insights into key policy issues, conducts economic analysis of New York City projects, and tracks economic trends for policymakers and the public. ERP also helps NYCEDC evaluate projects by setting up tools to assess, measure, and report on ideation and results. The team advances high-impact thought leadership on inclusive and innovation-driven economic development.

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NYC Economic Snapshot

Key data measuring the strength of NYC’s economy.

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Past Economic Snapshots
  • December 2022
  • November 2022
  • October 2022

Employment Summaries

NYCEDC publishes monthly Employment Summaries that include recent employment changes and trends—overall and by industry—along with data to help track the city’s economic recovery.

Employment Summaries
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  • December 2022 Data
  • November 2022 Data
  • October 2022 Data
  • September 2022 Data
  • August 2022 Data
  • July 2022 Data
  • June 2022 Data
  • May 2022 Data

Economic Development Reports

ERP publishes white papers focusing on current trends and topics affecting New Yorkers. The group takes a data-driven approach to develop informed conclusions and recommendations to foster a more inclusive economy in New York City. 

Economic Development Reports
  • A Crisis for Working Women and Mothers: Making the Case for Childcare at the Core of Economic Recovery in NYC May 2021
  • COVID-19 and the New York City Economy March 2021
  • The Path to Inclusive Growth November 2020
  • Women 50+ in the NYC Workforce: Tackling Economic Vulnerability February 2020

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