Abraham Song is a Wilkes Scholar at the D.C. Policy Center. Dr. Song holds a Ph.D. from the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University. His work was awarded the Provost’s Office Dissertation Fellowship and the Vernon E. Jordan Jr. Doctoral Fellowship. As a Wilkes Scholar, his work focuses on topics of economic development in the Washington metropolitan area; specifically, the emergence of ICT and biotech clusters, and Amazon’s arrival in the region.

About Wilkes Fellows & Scholars

The Wilkes Fellowship and Scholars program provides resources to young researchers in support of the D.C. Policy Center’s mission of producing objective, targeted, and high-quality data analyses to support robust and productive policy debate in the District of Columbia. The Wilkes Fellowship and Scholars program is endowed by gifts from The Wilkes Company and Quadrangle Development Corporation.

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Appendix

Appendix

<< Section 3   |   Return to main report page References Bartik, Timothy J. “A New Panel Database on Business Incentives…

1. Introduction

1. Introduction

Section 1. Introduction Tax incentives have recently endured public scrutiny as a tool for economic growth. In 2017, Amazon announced…