National University System Institute for Policy Research




Qualcomm Stadium: Get your craft beer here?
U-T SAN DIEGO, March 30, 2015 - If not San Diego's biggest stadium controversy, it's surely the bubbliest. Will Qualcomm pour more San Diego craft beers? Continue reading »
Will high utility rates hit our economy?
U-T SAN DIEGO, March 27, 2015 - Q: Do San Diego's relatively high utility rates pose a long-term problem for continued economic growth? Answers: YES 5, NO 9 Continue reading »
Crafting North County — Vista: An economic model for North County craft beer
THE COAST NEWS, March 27, 2015 - Over the last few years, craft brewing in San Diego has dramatically increased, creating thousands of new jobs and fostering millions of dollars in new investment. If North County leaders can support industry collaboration, greater industry growth and activity will be drawn to our part of the region. Continue reading »
New tactic aims to derail referendum
U-T SAN DIEGO, March 24, 2015 - The developer of a disputed project proposed for Carmel Valley has taken anti-referendum tactics to a new level by persuading at least 23,000 people to request their names be removed from petitions aimed at blocking the plan. Continue reading »
Fast track trade authority: A must for U.S. economy?
U-T SAN DIEGO, March 20, 2015 - Q: Do you support granting President Obama fast track trade negotiating authority? ANSWERS: YES 14, NO 2 Continue reading »

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