Persistent Pockets of Extreme American Poverty and Job Growth: Is There a Place-Based Policy Role?
Over the past four decades almost 400 U.S. counties have persistently experienced poverty rates in excess of 20%. This raises the question of whether poverty-reducing policies should be directed more at helping people or helping the places where they reside. Using a variety of approaches, including...
Mark D. Partridge
Dan S. Rickman
|Place of publication:||
Western Agricultural Economics Association 01.04.2007
|published in:||Journal of agricultural and resource economics Vol. 32; no. 1; pp. 201 - 224|
|Data of publication:||20070401|
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