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Patent activity in Indiana benefits from university-based knowledge spillovers, but is largely driven by counties with large high-tech establishments.
Higher levels of education reduce the time required to find new employment and increase the chance that an unemployed person will emerge from unemployment with a comparable wage.
Does the presence of industry clusters play a role in attracting foreign direct investment?
Indiana's exports have risen strongly over the last 16 years, but has that had any impact on employment in the state?
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Spring 2016 | Volume 91, No. 1
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