By Shawn Boburg New Jersey town managers have exhausted the cost-cutting methods used to get through past economic downturns and should ask taxpayers what services they are willing to give up, say two Rutgers professors who study local government. Read more at
By Jun H. Choi It’s time for New Jersey to focus on finding and training the kind of top-level managers who can help us solve our most vexing problem. If you’re a small business owner in New Jersey, these hard economic times probably have you focusing on the bottom line, cutting the fat and... Read More