The case against government incentives

There have been two prominent instances in recent years of governments offering huge monetary incentives in exchange for an office or factory. Both have turned out badly. The first was former Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s $4.5 billion package to win a factory from Taiwanese electronics manufacturer Foxconn. The factory never made economic sense and Foxconn…

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