CGR's Kent Gardner speaks with Cristina Domingues on the difficult economic future ahead.
CGR's Kent Gardner discusses why is the stock market booming when the economy is crashing along with Amit Batabyal, Arthur J. Gosnell Professor of Economics at RIT.
CGR's David Riley, senior research associate, is a guest on Connections and discusses if the pandemic will cause Americans to move away from big cities.
CGR President & CEO Erika Rosenberg spoke with the Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce about post-pandemic planning in the fields of government, the economy, education, philanthropy, and equity.
The COVID-19 crisis has confronted diverse communities across the country with similar challenges: treating and tracking the sick, making decisions to protect those who appear well as well as health care workers, and taking all possible steps to preserve the functioning of the local health care system. But once the crisis has passed, what questions will local communities be asking? How might it change how we think about the challenges we were confronting, and new ones that emerge?
Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce
CGR Chief Economist Kent Gardner talks with Andrew Freeman of Spectrum News about the unprecedented economic impact of the coronavirus and the challenges of meeting increased need for unemployment benefits.
CGR has helped dozens of municipalities across the Northeast to analyze whether merging or consolidating would benefit their residents. This year, we’re working on our first merger study in Vermont.
News & Citizen
In the news: CGR developed an interactive website, Impact MetroWest, and an accompanying report that highlight the many strengths and pressing needs of the MetroWest region in Massachusetts. We're proud of this project to support the work of Foundation for MetroWest.
The City of Rochester has taken a step forward in naming members to a Police Accountability Board, a process CGR contributed to through a 2017 study.
CGR in the news: Population estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau show that New York State lost more residents from 2018 to 2019 than any other state in the nation. CGR's Erika Rosenberg discussed the decline with WXXI News.