ECON 4480 - State and Local Economies3 credit hours
Prerequisites: Admission into the College of Business and junior standing preferred. Analysis of state and local economies in the United States. Topics include local economic development; data sources for the analysis of local economies; comparing local economies; employment and the labor force; income and earnings; population and housing; identifying driving industries; impact analysis; cluster analysis; underemployment; local workforces; human capital; location, infrastructure, and natural resources; regional development policy; recruiting; tax incentives; technology and green policy; and examining short-term and long-term policy issues.
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