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Learn how how the economic impact of a cluster-based economic development strategy can vary based on the region and the industry cluster being targeted.
The U.S. economy is finally breaking out of the rut that it has been stuck in, and 2015 may be the best year of the recovery so far.
Prospects of lower exports could reduce Indiana’s economic and employment growth performance, but the persistence of robust auto sales would help to buoy the state’s economic growth.
Since 2009, Indiana's private sector job growth has been remarkably balanced between high-, mid- and low-wage jobs, while U.S. growth has been concentrated in lower-wage industries.
Spring 2015 | Volume 90, No. 1
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