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Sources of employment change in the Tenth District


  • David S. Kraybill


Creating jobs is often the primary goal of economic development policy. To help target their job creation efforts, policymakers generally examine net changes in the official employment figures. But relying solely on net changes can often hide important gross changes that influence the dynamics of job creation and destruction. Knowing where jobs are currently being created and destroyed in an economy can help policymakers design and target their economic development efforts.

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  • David S. Kraybill, 1996. "Sources of employment change in the Tenth District," Regional Economic Digest, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, issue Q III, pages 9-15.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:fedkre:y:1996:i:qiii:p:9-15

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