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Contributions of Proposed Investment in the Northwest Tennessee Regional Port at Cates Landing to the Regional Economy


  • Murat Arik
  • David A. Penn


The Business and Economic Research Center (BERC), Middle Tennessee State University, is retained by the Northwest Tennessee Regional Port Authority to assess the contributions of the proposed investment in the Port at Cates Landing to the economy of the three-county region (Lake, Dyer, and Obion) and its surrounding areas.

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  • Murat Arik & David A. Penn, 2009. "Contributions of Proposed Investment in the Northwest Tennessee Regional Port at Cates Landing to the Regional Economy," Studies 200901, Middle Tennessee State University, Business and Economic Research Center.
  • Handle: RePEc:mts:studys:200901

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    1. Edward Feser & Edward Bergman, 2000. "National Industry Cluster Templates: A Framework for Applied Regional Cluster Analysis," Regional Studies, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 34(1), pages 1-19.
    2. James R. Held, 2004. "Regional Variation and Economic Drivers: An Application of the Hill and Brennan Methodology," Economic Development Quarterly, , vol. 18(4), pages 384-405, November.
    3. Kelton, Christina M.L. & Pasquale, Margaret K. & Rebelein, Robert P., "undated". "Using NAICS to Identify National Industry Cluster Templates for Applied Regional Analysis," Vassar College Department of Economics Working Paper Series 88, Vassar College Department of Economics.
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    port; Cates Landing; Tennessee; northwest Tennessee; Mississippi River; counties; Lake; Dyer; Obion; county; intermodal transportation;

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