In this best practice, Kim Frazier and John Owen of the Dayton Development Coalition delve into how they perform some of the most challenging components that EDCs encounter with regional economic analysis.
Just how bad is the job outlook for lawyers? According to our quick analysis, every state but Wisconsin, Washington, D.C., and Nebraska produced more — in some cases, far more — bar exam passers in 2009 than estimated annual openings for lawyers in those states.
From Appalachia to Alaska, the growth is eye-popping. Thousands of new jobs have sprouted up, most well-paying and all boons to their regions. There’s no denying oil and gas extraction jobs are on the rise, and not just in Texas and Oklahoma.
To read Section II, click here Introduction In previous sections we have briefly introduced the concept of multipliers. Let’s take a minute to explain these and how they are very important to IO models. Although economists talk about many kinds of multipliers, we are only concerned with regional multipliers in this guide. For the purposes […]