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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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How rural America sees its future

Main Street Economist , Issue Dec

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Will energy markets refuel the rural economy?

The rural economy began 2006 facing an uncertain outlook. For two years, rural growth had been unusually strong. But rising energy prices threatened to stall the expansion. Many businesses had already been weakened by high input costs, and many households were feeling squeezed by higher costs for gas and heating fuel. As the year progressed, however, some rural communities were able to harness the power of high energy prices by taking part in its production. ; Energy activity helped boost the fortunes of many rural places, but the rural economy as a whole slowed in 2006. Nonfarm economic ...
Economic Review , Volume 92 , Issue Q I , Pages 53-74

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New rural policies for a new century

Main Street Economist , Issue Mar

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Will the farm rebound lead a rural recovery?

Main Street Economist , Issue Feb

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The current state of the art in rural equity markets : leading edge institutions

Proceedings – Rural and Agricultural Conferences , Issue Aug , Pages 71-75

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Another reason to love country living

Kansas City Fed's Wilkerson talks about prices in rural housing markets
Fedgazette , Volume 21 , Issue May , Pages 14-15

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Creating new rural development strategies : the role of nonprofits

Proceedings – Rural and Agricultural Conferences , Issue May , Pages 91-100

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Nationwide branch banking and the presence of large banks in rural areas

Relaxation of government restrictions on multi- office banking (interstate banking and branching by banks) in recent years has facilitated substantial consolidation of the banking industry in the United States. In this article, R. Alton Gilbert examines the impact of this consolidation on the presence of large banking organizations in rural banking markets. Changes in the presence of large banking organizations in rural areas depend on the history of state regulation of multioffice banking. In the states that have permitted statewide branching for many years, large organizations have had ...
Review , Volume 82 , Issue May , Pages 13-28

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The quality of rural education in the Midwest

Assessing the Midwest Economy , Paper RE-5


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