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The economic performance of the New England states in 2001: an overview

The year 2001 marked the end of a ten-year economic expansion for the nation and New England. Both the recession that began in the first quarter of 2001 and the terrorist attacks of September 11 weakened the region's labor market, which had built strength in the 1990s and through 2000. Employment in nearly all of the region's states and major industries declined in 2001, while unemployment became more widespread. Furthermore, the value of exports dropped across most major industries and destinations. The region's residential real estate market remained robust, however, as prices increased ...
New England Economic Indicators , Issue Jun , Pages i-xii

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Growing... but slowing? : an overview of New England's economic performance in 2006

New England?s economic performance was somewhat mixed during 2006. On one hand, all six states added jobs over the course of the year, and the region?s unemployment rate remained steady. The region as a whole picked up jobs in nearly all major industries. Export values and income and wages also increased. One the other hand, much of the economic growth experienced by the region was slower than that seen in the nation as a whole. Although the unemployment rate did not go up for the region, the nation saw joblessness decrease. Moreover, real estate markets, though weak nationwide, were even ...
New England Economic Indicators , Issue Jun , Pages 2-14

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Deconstructing the myths: housing development versus school costs

William Ray [sic] of the New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority analyzes the connection between housing development and accelerating public school spending in the Granite State.
Communities and Banking

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How does New Hampshire do it?: an analysis of spending and revenues in the absence of a broad-based income or sales tax

This report seeks to understand how New Hampshire has avoided a broad-based income or sales tax by examining the factors that drive the state?s lower-than-average per capita spending and the revenue sources the state relies on to pay for that spending in lieu of an income or sales tax. It presents comparative data for the six New England states and discusses some of the impediments faced by other states in the region interested in emulating New Hampshire's fiscal model. ; The author finds that New Hampshire's below-average spending is due to a combination of policy choices and favorable ...
New England Public Policy Center Research Report , Paper 11-1

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Berlin, New Hampshire: the new Bangalore?

When a one-company town loses its one company, the future can look bleak. Fortunately for Berlin, good communications infrastructure and lower costs are attracting businesses that might once have offshored work.
Communities and Banking , Issue Sum , Pages 24-27

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The economic performance of the New England States in 2002: an overview

Following a weak performance in 2001, New England's economy continued to struggle throughout 2002. The region faced faltering employment levels, rising unemployment, and escalating consumer prices. Economic uncertainty was reflected in dwindling consumer confidence. Despite a rather gloomy labor market, New England's residential real estate and export markets flourished.
New England Economic Indicators

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