Paul Migliorato

Paul Migliorato is director at large of the Hawaii Economic Association.
There Is No Vaccine To Heal Hawaii’s Crashed Economy Cory Lum/Civil Beat

There Is No Vaccine To Heal Hawaii’s Crashed Economy

We need to get far better at envisioning how to narrow the inequity exposed by the virus.

When It Comes To Housing, The Median Is The Message Cory Lum/Civil Beat

When It Comes To Housing, The Median Is The Message

For many Honolulu workers the future is more about the next grocery bill than home ownership.

When It Comes To Housing, Honolulu Is Failing Residents Cory Lum/Civil Beat

When It Comes To Housing, Honolulu Is Failing Residents

Dedicating a portion of property taxes to fund additional affordable housing would be a step forward.

Remember When Honolulu Was A Pretty Good Place To Live? Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Remember When Honolulu Was A Pretty Good Place To Live?

The City and County of 2019 faces a collection of problems bordering on the intractable.

Is Hawaii Prepared For What Southwest Airlines Might Bring? Flickr: Tomás Del Coro

Is Hawaii Prepared For What Southwest Airlines Might Bring?

We need a working, practical consensus on how to best negotiate continuing growth in visitor numbers.

Is Housing Sacrificed To Attract More Tourists? Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Is Housing Sacrificed To Attract More Tourists?

One gets little sense that there is a plan behind Hawaii’s tourism growth beyond sustaining it.

How Our Population Decline Actually Hurts Hawaii Cory Lum/Civil Beat

How Our Population Decline Actually Hurts Hawaii

It will lead to far fewer resources to mitigate the impact of global warming.