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A closer look at potential distortions in state RGDP: the case of the Texas energy sector
Surprisingly, from 1997 to 2010 Texas RGDP in oil and gas extraction was strongly negatively correlated with oil prices and with factors of production such as employment and the drilling rig count. It also had a slight negative correlation with physical production of oil and gas. In Texas the oil and gas sector is large and volatile enough to have a significant influence on overall RGDP growth so that when oil prices spike up (down) Texas RGDP generally weakens (strengths), which is in contrast to other indicators such as state job growth and real personal income. In this paper we investigate ...
Oil boom in Eagle Ford Shale brings new wealth to South Texas
The oil boom?s impact on jobs, income and spending in the region has been profound.