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James M. Hohman

Assistant Director of Fiscal Policy

James M. Hohman is assistant director of fiscal policy at the Mackinac Center for Public Policy. He holds a degree in economics from Northwood University in Midland, Mich.

10 Facts About Pension Systems in Michigan

What Proposal 1 Means for Michigan Going Forward

Did Gov. Snyder Create 275,000 jobs?

Legislators Should Look To Oklahoma To Address Pension Change ‘Transition Costs’

Agenda for Detroit: What Role Should State Play Post-Bankruptcy?

Michigan Politicians Misrepresenting Attorney General Position To Push Detroit Bailout

Utah's Lessons for Michigan Pension Reform

Pension Debt: Not Just a Problem in Detroit

Agenda For Detroit: What Role State Government Should Play After Bankruptcy

Michigan's Film Incentive Program Has Been A Bust

There Is No Relationship Between College Graduates and Economic Growth

Look at Municipal Finance Trends Before Pumping In More Money

Why Tax Rate Cuts Matter More Than Increasing Credits and Exemptions

Analysis: Michigan's Labor Force Growth Among Fastest in Nation

Benefits in Balance

How Politicians Game the Pension System

Michigan Taxpayers Have Already Bailed Out Detroit

What Economic Development Transparency Should Look Like

Pension 'Transition Costs' Remain a Myth

Direct Cash Grants: Anti-Crony Capitalism Policies Fall Short

Fact and Fiction About Right-to-Work: A Reality Check at the One-Year Anniversary

More Money, Higher Taxes Not the Solution for Detroit

Minimum Wage Battles in Michigan

Minimum Wage Battles in Michigan

Are Early Retirement Incentives A Good Deal for Cities?

Why The Great Recession Was Different

Myth Lives On, But Agriculture Still Not Second-Largest Industry in Michigan

Yes, The Legislature Changed Its Emergency Manager Policies to Reflect the Referendum

Analysis: Incorrect Population Figures Means State Has Overpaid Detroit For Past Decade

National Commentary Wrong About Detroit's Failure

Why Detroit's Pension Funds Failed

Commentary: Former State Treasurer Diverts Blame for Detroit's Problems

Commentary: Unions Cry Crocodile Tears Over Municipal Pensions

Detroit Bankruptcy: Why the Emergency Manager Powers Were Insufficient

Not Too Late to Close the Pension System

Michigan’s Gross Domestic Product Grows in 2012

Michigan's Job Growth Is More Than Just Auto-Related

Commentary: State Budget Windfall Invalidates Pension Reform Excuses

School Pension Fund Needs Fewer Gimmicks

Why You Shouldn’t Care (Much) About Income or Wealth Inequality

The Smuggling Diaries

Talent Mercantilists Running Amok In Michigan

Still No Link Between Higher Education Appropriations and Growth