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Annual Research Activities, 2003

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The research activities described in this document were supported by the Utah State University Economics Research Institute in 2003. The Economics Research Institute was founded in 1965 to provide training opportunities for graduate students and to assist in the solution of local, regional, and national economic problems. UAES has provided ongoing support for the ERI since 1972 under project number UTA-686. The project has provided the Department of Economics with resources to search out new developments in economics to analyze new and complex issues in public and private decision making processes. Boldface type is used to identify Utah State University Economics Department faculty and specialists; student names are underlined.

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  • Keith Criddle, 2004. "Annual Research Activities, 2003," Working Papers 2004-00, Utah State University, Department of Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:usu:wpaper:2004-00
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