Are you interested in cutting through the partisan rhetoric about the state’s role in economic policy? Would you like to know what some of the state’s most experienced policy-makers–from both parties–would say about economic policy if you could get them around a table working as a group?

If so, you’ll be fascinated by this report–the unanimous product of a five-person working group, convened by MassINC, that was composed of five former cabinet secretaries from the Weld and Dukakis Administrations. Their insights provide a readable primer–for policy-makers and concerned citizens alike–on what the state can achieve, and what it can’t, through sound state economic policy.

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