Watch Sergio M. Marxuach’s participation in the panel “Puerto Rico’s Bankruptcy: Lessons Learned for the Island and for the Muni Market”, part of The Brookings Institution’s 11th Annual Municipal Finance Conference
Since 2018, CNE’s Blueprint Initiative has provided a platform for productive conversations and knowledge exchanges on issues of land ownership, accessibility, and safe housing. Below is a brief review of the ongoing and completed research we have been working on for the past years.
Hay miles de millones en fondos federales disponibles para la recuperación, pero actualmente no tenemos la mano de obra con las destrezas técnicas y profesionales necesarias para restablecer a Puerto Rico.
Several trends are currently converging, both worldwide and in Puerto Rico, to create the conditions for a rethinking of the process of economic growth and development. In this piece, we take a look at the current conditions, the risks, and the context in which these trends are developing.
In May of 2022, the Housing Policy Debate journal published a research article carried out by CNE’s research unit. This article contributes to the critical task of revealing postdisaster damages and reconstruction trends through a detailed examination of housing and personal property damages and benefits received through FEMAS’s Individual Assistance Program after Hurricane María.
En este Apuntes desde Madrid le echamos un vistazo a lo que ocurre en Europa en relación al gas natural a fin de reflexionar sobre las implicaciones del nuevo escenario mundial sobre el futuro del sistema eléctrico de la isla.
The consensus in Puerto Rico is that a broad-based tax reform is long overdue. It is important to understand, however, that tax policy involves difficult trade-offs among various objectives. We at the Center for a New Economy believe the following principles should guide any tax reform effort in Puerto Rico.
In this policy brief, we take a look at the current state of PREPA’s debt restructuring process and offer some recommendations about what a good PREPA debt restructuring transaction should (and shouldn’t) include.