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Author:Gilmer, Robert W. 

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Houston 2001: a half-empty glass

Houston Business , Issue Aug

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Unconventional natural gas drives New Mexico rig count

Crossroads

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Houston again shares state's economic growth

Houston Business , Issue Aug

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Transfer payments and personal income in Houston

Houston Business , Issue Jun

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Houston in 1900 Part 1. The rise of the regional city

Houston Business , Issue Jun

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The wheel turns again: lessons from the latest oil cycle

Houston Business , Issue Jun

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Industries as city builders: what the economist knows

Houston Business , Issue Nov

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Purchasing managers provide new insight into Houston economy

Houston Business , Issue Dec

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Petrochemical privatization stalls in Mexico

Houston Business , Issue May

Working Paper
The impact of the maquiladora industry on U.S. border cities

For decades, the maquiladora industry has been a major economic engine along the U.S.?Mexico border. Since the 1970s, researchers have analyzed how the maquiladora industry affects cities along both sides of the border. Gordon Hanson (2001) produced the first comprehensive study on the impact of the maquiladoras on U.S. border cities, considering the impact of these in-bond plants on both employment and wages. His estimates became useful rules of thumb for the entire U.S.?Mexico border. These estimates have become dated, as Hanson's study covered the period from 1975 to 1997. The purpose of ...
Working Papers , Paper 1107

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