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Dashboard indicators for the Northeast Ohio economy: prepared for the Fund for Our Economic Future

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  • Randall W. Eberts
  • George Erickcek
  • Jack Kleinhenz

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The Fund for Our Economic Future (The Fund) is a multiyear collaborative effort “to encourage and advance a common and highly focused regional economic development agenda that can lead to a long-term economic transformation of the Northeast Ohio (NEO) economy.” One of the strategies pursued by the Fund is to create and regularly update Dashboard Indicators for the Northeast Ohio Regional Economy. The Dashboard is intended to provide a framework for understanding the regional economic process and to track the region’s economic progress. This report presents the methodology used to construct and design the dashboard. The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland is publishing this paper as part of our working paper series in order to further academic discussion of regional economic growth factors.

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  • Randall W. Eberts & George Erickcek & Jack Kleinhenz, 2006. "Dashboard indicators for the Northeast Ohio economy: prepared for the Fund for Our Economic Future," Working Papers (Old Series) 0605, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland.
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    3. Barkley, David L., 2008. "Evaluations of Regional Competitiveness: Making a Case for Case Studies," The Review of Regional Studies, Southern Regional Science Association, vol. 38(2), pages 121-143.
    4. Lamie, R. David & Dickes, Lori A., 2008. "Paralyzed Municipalities: The "Chilling Effect" of Municipal ICT Investments: A Case Study of the Legan and Policy Environment for South Carolina Municipal Investment in Advanced ICT," UCED Working Papers 112892, Clemson University, University Center for Economic Development.
    5. Barkley, David L. & Henry, Mark S. & Lee, DooHee, 2006. "Innovative Activity in Rural Areas: The Role of Local and Regional Characteristics," REDRL Research Reports 113802, Clemson University, Regional Economic Development Research Laboratory (REDRL).

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    Regional economics ; Economic development ; Economic conditions - Ohio;

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