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Series:The Regional Economist 

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The overlooked 40 percent: the rural Eighth District

Manufacturers are beginning to discover that, when it comes to an ample and affordable labor force, rural areas in our region put urban ones to pasture.
The Regional Economist , Issue Jan , Pages 4-9

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Signs point to stronger growth in GDP this year

The Regional Economist , Issue Apr

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There are two sides to every (employment redistribution) story!

The Regional Economist , Issue Jan , Pages 17

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Are small businesses the biggest producers of jobs?

It's often said that small businesses generate the most jobs in the U.S. This is true if one looks at the gross number of jobs. But because small businesses have a high failure rate, they are not the largest producer of jobs at the net level.
The Regional Economist , Issue Apr , Pages 8-9

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Jefferson City, Mo., Facing Same Struggles As Other State Capitals

Government employment has been a main driver of Jefferson City?s economy, more so than in many other state capitals. Now that public sectors everywhere are tightening their belts, Jefferson City?like many other communities?will look more to the private sector to maintain growth.
The Regional Economist , Issue Jan

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Now and forever NAFTA

U.S. exports have been booming since the passage of the North American Free Trade Agreement. But is the story the same for every state?
The Regional Economist , Issue Apr , Pages 12-13

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Despite setbacks, the U.S. economy steams forward

The Regional Economist , Issue Jan , Pages 18

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As in the past, reform will follow crisis

The Regional Economist , Issue Jul , Pages 3

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Recovery isn't as easy as in the past

The Regional Economist , Issue Jul. , Pages 19-19

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A view from the fiscal cliff

January?s deal on the so-called fiscal cliff only raised projected revenue moderately and continued to push the spending issue forward unresolved. The economy may have been slowed down by such a drawn-out process, as well as by the uncertainty on the future size of government and on the distribution of the tax burden.
The Regional Economist , Issue Apr




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