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Economic Innovation Group Welcomes Rachel Reilly as Director of Impact Strategy

Washington, D.C. – The Economic Innovation Group (EIG) today announced that Rachel Reilly has joined the organization as director of impact strategy. In her new role, Rachel will take the lead on EIG’s efforts to support communities, policymakers and investors in their efforts to catalyze sustainable economic growth across the country through Opportunity Zones and…

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Economic Innovation Group Releases New Paper on the Use and Abuse of Non-Compete and No-Poach Agreements

 Today, the Economic Innovation Group (EIG) released a new paper, “The Use, Abuse, and Enforceability of Non-Compete and No-Poach Agreements: A Brief Review of the Theory, Evidence, and Recent Reform Efforts.” The paper, authored by University of Maryland Smith School of Business Professor Evan Starr, one of the nation’s leading experts on the subject, explores…

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Economic Innovation Group Welcomes Chris Slevin as Vice President

Washington, D.C. – The Economic Innovation Group (EIG) today announced that Chris Slevin has joined the organization as vice president. In this role, Slevin will play a key role in developing EIG’s policy agenda and advancing its efforts as a leading bipartisan research and advocacy organization. “Chris will be a tremendous asset to EIG and…

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Opportunity Zones Face Significant Socioeconomic Challenges

Economic decline is pervasive and gentrification rare according to new analysis Washington, D.C. — Today, the Economic Innovation Group (EIG) released a new study, “The State of Socioeconomic Need and Community Change in Opportunity Zones.” The study demonstrates that, despite a small share of outliers, Opportunity Zones are marked by pervasive economic stagnancy and decline….

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Economic Innovation Group Statement on U.S. Treasury’s Proposed Rules for Opportunity Zones

The U.S. Department of the Treasury today issued proposed regulations related to Opportunity Zones, which were established as part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017.  Under the law, businesses and individuals are eligible for tax benefits on capital gains reinvested in the 8,700 low-income communities designated as Opportunity Zones across all 50…

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