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Engaging Workforce Development: A Framework for Meeting CRA Obligations

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Industry clusters in Texas

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The changing face of Texas: population projections and implications

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Texas border employment and maquiladora growth

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A banker’s quick reference guide to CRA

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Texas border cities : an income growth perspective

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Do higher oil prices still benefit Texas?

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China's churn

Several years ago, the Dallas Fed's annual report featured an essay entitled "The Churn." The churn is our term for what economist Joseph Schumpeter called "creative destruction." A dynamic economy like ours can grow and make room for the new only if we allow parts of the economy to shrink. Unprofitable firms and industries must be allowed to fail and go out of business so their workers and other resources can move into firms and industries whose products are more favored or needed by consumers. This is, as the essay's subtitle says, the paradox of progress.
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The border economy

The Texas border community has historically been the state's most disadvantaged area. However, the last decade has seen dramatic improvements in unemployment and other economic factors. This series of nine articles explores issues important to the region's economy?from job growth, wages and education to infrastructure demands, maquiladoras and illegal immigration.>
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Illegal immigration and enforcement along the southwest border

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