Who Wins From Local Economic Development?
A Supply Decomposition of U.S. County Employment Growth
The relative effectiveness of local economic development efforts often hinges on the question of who benefits from regional growth. The authors address this issue by decomposing U.S. county-level employment into four supply components: net commuting, the employment (unemployment) rate, the labor for...
Partridge, Mark D
Rickman, Dan S
|Place of publication:||
Los Angeles, CA SAGE Publications 01.02.2009
SAGE PUBLICATIONS INC
|published in:||Economic development quarterly Vol. 23; no. 1; pp. 13 - 27|
|Data of publication:||20090200|
|Database:||Social Sciences Citation Index
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