Amihai Glazer, an economics professor and director of the program on corporate welfare
at UC Irvine, said the incentives may not have mattered in the end. “Cities have been
offering huge swaths of land, tax breaks and other financial benefits to lure Amazon,”
Glazer said. “But after all the hoopla, northern Virginia and New York City, which
offered relatively small packages, were selected.” Glazer said L.A. fell short in
a couple of key areas. [Subscription is required, you can request an electronic copy
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For the full story, please visit https://www.ocregister.com/2018/11/13/los-angeles-loses-bid-to-house-amazons-hq2-but-some-say-thats-a-good-thing/.
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