Regional Disparities In Sharing The Gross National Product
The purpose of this paper is to account for the widening disparities in the principal measures of regional economic growth and well-being, starting with the Gross National Product and its regional distribution. Its focus is the measurement of recent state-level shifts in industry and population and the assessment of their implications for public intervention in private sector decision making.
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