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Targets of state and local economic development policy

State and local policymakers typically have three targets for their economic development policies: outside businesses, existing businesses, and new start-up businesses. Attracting outside businesses especially large manufacturing plants has long been a popular economic development activity, but increasingly this approach has come under fire. As policymakers reexamine the effectiveness and appropriateness of economic development policy, an understanding of how resources are currently allocated among the three main targets is essential.
Regional Economic Digest , Issue Q III , Pages 4-11

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The decline in core deposits : what can banks do?

In recent years, growth in traditional deposit funding sources has failed to match the growth in assets at many banks. These funding shortfalls are raising a number of important concerns, including whether community banks will have to curtail lending to small businesses, farmers, and other local customers. This article takes a look at bank funding trends and their implications for community banks. The article also examines possible explanations for the trends, such as strong loan demand, shifts in household financial portfolios, new competition, comparative returns on other financial ...
Financial Industry Perspectives , Issue Dec , Pages 35-48

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Division of Regional, Public and Community Affairs : an expanded commitment to regional & rural research

Main Street Economist , Issue Special edition

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Bank profitability in Tenth District states

Financial Letters , Issue Jan

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Banking consolidation in Tenth District states

Bank mergers have attracted much attention during the last year due to a surge in mergers among the nation's largest banking companies. The consolidation of the banking industry has been going on much longer, however. Since the early 1980s, the number of banking organizations has fallen by more than a third in both Tenth District states and the nation as a whole. Some of the decline has been due to failures, but most has been due to mergers.> In debating the pros and cons of such consolidation, analysts point to three important ways it may alter the structure of the banking industry. First, ...
Economic Review , Volume 81 , Issue Q II , Pages 29-51

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The drought of 1988

Financial Letters , Issue Oct

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Appointment of chairmen and deputy chairmen of Federal Reserve Banks for 2002

Federal Reserve Bulletin , Issue Nov , Pages 735-736

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Continued strength at Tenth District banks

Commercial banks in Tenth District states continued to perform well in the first half of 1994. Profitability leveled off at a high level, asset quality improved, and loan growth accelerated. Based on these performance measures, banks in district states once again outperformed banks in the rest of the nation.
Regional Economic Digest , Issue Q IV , Pages 7-10

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The Tenth District economy: continued sluggishness ahead

Economic Review , Volume 71 , Issue Dec , Pages 28-39

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Tax increases in the tenth district: where will the money come from?

Economic Review , Volume 76 , Issue Mar , Pages 49-65

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