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The New Economic Role of American States: Strategies in a Competitive World Economy

Descriere: The growth of service and high-tech industries in recent years has dramatically altered the geographical distribution of businesses throughout America. Some states have had to attract new businesses to replace declining smokestack industries, while others have experienced the trauma of rapid economic growth. This collection of case studies of California, Massachusetts, Michigan, Tennessee, Arizona, Minnesota, and Indiana analyzes strategies and problems of economic evolution and the role of state institutions in the context of regional, national and world economic change.

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Autori: R. Scott Fosler (Editor) | Editura: OXFORD UNIV PR | Anul aparitiei: 1991 | ISBN: 9780195067774 | Categorie: Business  

  

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