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Florida drives the national auto market

The Sunshine State represents the nation's second-largest car market. Changes in the marketplace - from sagging fleet sales to strong import performance - reverberate from Florida to Detroit and beyond.
EconSouth , Volume 9 , Issue 1

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The geography of lean manufacturing: recent evidence from the U.S. auto industry

Economic Perspectives , Volume 19 , Issue Nov

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Observations: test driving the Internet

Shopping for a new car over the Internet.
Regional Review , Volume 12 , Issue Q 2 , Pages 1-2

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Agglomeration in the U.S. auto supplier industry

Analysis of a large set of plant-level data shows the auto supplier industry to be highly spatially concentrated. Data on location of the plants' customers, however, suggest that immediate proximity to assembly plant is not necessary, despite a production system that emphasized low inventories and tight linkages.
Economic Perspectives , Volume 23 , Issue Q I , Pages 18-34

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Policy update: Incentives for greener transportation

Related links: https://www.richmondfed.org/-/media/richmondfedorg/publications/research/econ_focus/2011/q3/policy_update_weblinks.cfm
Econ Focus , Volume 15 , Issue 3Q , Pages 9

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The Southeastern auto industry: Moving into the fast lane

EconSouth , Volume 3 , Issue Q2 , Pages 2-7

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The voluntary automobile import agreement with Japan - more protectionism

Review , Volume 63 , Issue Nov , Pages 25-30

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Montgomery drives ahead with autos

EconSouth , Volume 9 , Issue 2

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Motor vehicle stocks, scrappage, and sales

This paper offers a new framework for analyzing aggregate sales of new motor vehicles that incorporates separate models for the change in the vehicle stock and for the rate of vehicle scrappage. Because this approach requires only a minimal set of assumptions about demographic trends, the state of the economy, consumer "preferences," new vehicle prices and repair costs, and vehicle retirements, it is shown to be especially useful as a macroeconomic forecasting tool. In addition, a new historical annual time series estimate of motor vehicle stocks in the United States is presented.
Finance and Economics Discussion Series , Paper 96-40

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Noteworthy: demographics, auto industry, Texas jobs

Southwest Economy , Issue Jul , Pages 14

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