About public authorities
Public authorities (or public benefit corporations, as they’re sometimes called) are quasi-governmental entities mostly used to finance infrastructure and economic development projects.
For those of you who are new to the subject, we’ve prepared a collection of posts with general background information on public authorities:
- What are public authorities?
- When should quasi-public entities be subject to governmental transparency requirements?
- An overview of New York’s Industrial Development Agencies
- An overview of New York’s Local Development Corporations
- Public authorities reforms in New York (and elsewhere)
- The Public Authorities Control Board