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Series:The Regional Economist 

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Urban areas host the largest manufacturing and service employers

The Regional Economist , Issue July

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How to Jump-Start Industrialization in Sub-Saharan Africa

Most sub-Saharan nations are poor and a long way from full-scale industrialization. However, certain policies could help spur their economic development.
The Regional Economist

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Changes in Income Gaps Might Overstate Changes in Welfare Gaps

Changes in income of rich and poor households might overstate changes in welfare because the cost of goods favored by the rich is rising faster than the cost of goods consumed mainly by the poor and middle class.
The Regional Economist , Issue July

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Another Way to Compare Banking Conditions in the U.S.

The Regional Economist , Volume 25 , Issue 3

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Knock on wood, Jasper economy remains strong

The Regional Economist , Issue Oct , Pages 14-15

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College Freshman Enrollment Drops during Pandemic

First-time college enrollment declined significantly in 2020—a stark contrast with what traditionally happens during recessions.
The Regional Economist , Volume 29 , Issue 1

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How susceptible is the United States to the Asian flu?

The financial maladies that have afflicted East Asian nations recently have left many policymakers feeling ill at ease. But is there true cause for concern?
The Regional Economist , Issue Apr , Pages 10-11

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Deposit insurance reform

In the cover story, find out why some bankers are encouraging Congress to raise the ceiling for insurance on deposits to $130,000 from $100,000 per account. Opponents point out that in the wake of the last increase, the S&L crisis occurred.
The Regional Economist , Issue Oct. , Pages 4-9

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Banks and credit unions: competition not going away

Has the competitive balance tilted away from banks and toward credit unions, given the latter?s tax exemption and more-recent ability to draw members from wider pools? Whether it has or not, both industries have seen similar trend growth over the past 15 years?and, in fact, have come to resemble each other in many ways.
The Regional Economist , Issue Apr

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District's largest urban area slowly regains jobs lost during recession

The Regional Economist , Issue Oct , Pages 16




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