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U.S. 'opportunity zones' use tax breaks for developers to help poor neighbourhoods — but are they really helping?

By Maxime Cohen, Professor, Retail and Operations Management, McGill University
Dmitry Mitrofanov, Assistant Professor of Business Analytics, Boston College
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U.S. opportunity zones can positively impact real estate development and help local communities. But to fully realize the program’s potential, it needs reform.

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