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This new publication focuses on regional food systems as a means for enhancing economic opportunity.
Adam M. Zaretsky
As deficits rise, the federal government has learned that it can still achieve its goals without increasing its budget--by making the states pay for it. How does this happen? How do states cope?
Michelle Clark Neely
Is the United States losing its edge in world markets? Should the federal government step in to help our industries compete? The answer to both questions is probably not.
Kevin L. Kliesen
Though the economy is expanding once again, employment continues to grow slugglishly in many parts of the country. In comparison, parts of the Eighth District look pretty good.
Thomas C. Melzer
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