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Building the rural economy with high-growth entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs create economic growth in their communities by forming new firms. Each year during the past decade, more than half a million businesses were started that added new jobs in the United States. In the 1990s, during the longest economic expansion in the United States economy, the majority of new jobs were created by small and medium-sized entrepreneurs operating high-growth businesses.> Because entrepreneurs are such a wellspring of growth in the economy, many rural policymakers have shifted their long-time focus of recruiting existing firms, such as branch plants, to developing new ...
Economic Review , Volume 87 , Issue Q III , Pages 45-70

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Commentary : a Main Street banker's perspective

Proceedings – Rural and Agricultural Conferences , Issue Aug , Pages 43-47

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Cash, check or third party?

Prescription benefit plans are squeezing retail pharmacies.
Fedgazette , Volume 18 , Issue Jan , Pages 4-6

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Networking with E-commerce in rural America

Main Street Economist , Issue Sep

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Can rural America support a knowledge economy?

Knowledge has become the new premium fuel for economic growth in the 21st century. Knowledge fuels new ideas and innovations to boost productivity ? and to create new products, new firms, new jobs, and new wealth. Some analysts estimate that knowledge-based activity accounts for half of the gross domestic product in Western industrialized countries. In the United States, knowledge-based industries paced gross domestic product growth from 1991 to 2001, and their importance has accelerated since 1995. ; In rural America, as elsewhere, a variety of factors make knowledge-based growth possible: ...
Economic Review , Volume 89 , Issue Q III , Pages 71-96

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Discovering a new Indiana economy : the role of higher education

Proceedings – Rural and Agricultural Conferences , Issue May , Pages 75-83

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An economic resurgence in the rural economy

Main Street Economist , Issue Jan

Conference Paper
The rural economy in a new century : discussion

Proceedings – Rural and Agricultural Conferences , Issue Oct , Pages 21-24

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Overview panel comments

Proceedings – Rural and Agricultural Conferences , Issue Oct , Pages 187-190

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New approaches to rural policy : lessons from around the world : a conference summary

New approaches to rural policy are badly needed, as past reliance on subsidies and policies focused on a single sector are yielding diminishing results. Fortunately, a new frontier of policy experiments is emerging, and this frontier holds great promise in helping rural regions seize new economic potential. ; This was the consensus of more than 120 leading officials and rural policy experts from around the world who gathered near Washington, D.C., on March 25-26, 2004, to explore new approaches to rural policy. The conference was jointly sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, ...
Economic Review , Volume 89 , Issue Q III , Pages 97-104


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