WRI Faculty Fellow Shauna Shames’ assessment on the distribution of public goods across North, Central, and South Jersey has received much attention since its publication and presentation in early December.  The report, which details South Jersey’s disproportionate allotment of resources, can be found in its entirety on WRI’s website and has been featured by the following news sources:

CBS Philly – New Study Finds South Jersey Not Receiving Fair Share Of State Funds On Various Fronts

The Courier Post – Study: SJ doesn’t get fair share of state funds

Newsworks – New research confirms South Jersey doesn’t get fair share of public resources

NJ.com – It’s true, South Jersey’s been getting shortchanged, Rutgers-Camden study finds

NJ.com – South Jersey really does get state’s short end | Editorial

NJTV News – Report Shows South Jersey is Missing Out

NJspotlight.com – South Jersey Lags on State Aid Despite Its Economic and Social Challenges 

New Jersey 101.5 – South Jersey gets the short end of the stick, Rutgers research suggests

Philadelphia Business Journal – New research confirms S. Jersey doesn’t get fair share of public resources

Philly.com – Riordan: It’s true what they say: South Jersey is being ripped off

Rutgers Camden News Now – Walter Rand Institute Research Study Confirms South Jersey Gets Smaller Share of Public Goods