Find the new issue of the CORP Bulletin on public education finance and public pensions here. read more →

Review CORP’s latest commentary on the school funding and pension crisis facing Philadelphia.  The statement, “How to Fund Schools and Public Pensions: A Path for Philadelphia, a Model for the State?” is now available here and under CORP’s publications. read more →

Philadelphia, June 13–Working under the aegis of Temple University’s Center on Regional Politics (CORP), a group representing bipartisan elected officials and business, labor, civic, and academic organizations today issued a report identifying options to help the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and many of its municipalities and school districts meet severe public pension funding challenges. The report.. read more →

On the morning of May 3, nearly 200 concerned Philadelphians came to the Pennsylvania Convention Center to hear elected officials, academics, economists, and business leaders talk about the city’s tax structure, its impact on the local economy, and ideas for reforming it. The event, “Philadelphia Taxes: Past, Present and Future,” was sponsored by The Pew.. read more →

Register for the upcoming CORP and PEW Philadelphia tax policy and politics symposium May 3, PA Conv. Center read more →

CORP’s Winter Bulletin on the symposium on public pensions and energy development in SE PA now available at   read more →

CORP report on cross-party, labor and business cooperation on refinery rescue lauded in Delco Times editorial read more →

The story of how the Schuylkill and Delaware River refineries were saved is now available online at read more →

Photos from the CORP Symposium on Building a Stronger Regional Economy now at  read more →

CORP panel: How the Delaware and Schuylkill refineries were saved in the Public Record, Jan 24th edition: read more →