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It's not quite business as usual: firms look for new ways to grow in rural New England

Regional Review , Volume 8 , Issue Q 3 , Pages 14-18

Working Paper
Trends and prospects for rural manufacturing

Working Paper Series, Regional Economic Issues , Paper 92-12

Working Paper
Amenities, local conditions and fiscal determinants of factor growth in rural America

This paper examines how amenities, asset indicators, and fiscal factors influence the growth in factors of production from 1972 to 1999 in the 466 non-metropolitan labor market areas in the continental United States. In developing our model of non-metropolitan factor markets, we combine the emphasis of Brown et al. (2003) on the affect of taxes and public expenditure policy on labor and capital formation with the emphasis of Beeson et al. (2001) on the importance of climate and natural features on localized population growth. We develop our own measure of capital stock in non-metropolitan ...
Research Working Paper , Paper RWP 06-08

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The changing influence of market structure on performance in rural banking markets 1985 through 2005.

This study analyzes the impact of market concentration on the performance of banks in rural banking markets and attempts to determine if the influence of market concentration has changed over the last 20 years. It offers some evidence that the relationship between traditional measures of market concentration and bank performance may be changing, which may have implications for the application of antitrust policy in markets of this type.
Financial Industry Perspectives , Issue Jan

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Strategic options for bankers in rural development

Many agricultural communities in the Midwest have experience protracted job and population loss. With recent strains in agriculture and the potential for further loss looming, many bankers have expressed an interest in initiatives they can undertake to promote local growth and development. This article outlines a community development process to help bankers succeed with their development activities. Within the context of this process, it recounts the community development initiatives of several small rural community banks, examining the management decisions behind them and lessons gleaned ...
Financial Industry Perspectives , Issue Dec , Pages 33-47

Conference Paper
Health care services and the rural economy

Assessing the Midwest Economy , Paper RE-3

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U.S. agricultural trade and its impact on the Midwest rural economy

Assessing the Midwest Economy , Paper GL-1

Conference Paper
Technology and the future of metropolitan economies

Assessing the Midwest Economy , Paper MA-4

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Interregional migration: boon or bane for the South?

Economic Review , Issue Jan , Pages 18-34

Working Paper
Community-based well maintenance in rural Haiti

The international community has pledged $11 billion to Haiti, a country where nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) provide nearly all public goods and services. This raises at least two questions: How can NGOs most effectively perform their own work, and how can NGOs integrate their programs into broader efforts organized by public institutions? This paper addresses these questions by evaluating the community-based model of Haiti Outreach (HO) that focuses on training communities to manage wells after they have been constructed. The effect of this management training is identified by ...
Working Papers (Old Series) , Paper 1201

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