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The local economic impacts of hydraulic fracturing and determinants of Dutch Disease

Peter Maniloff & Ralph Mastromonaco
Much research has been conducted on the resource curse, the idea that development of natural resources can reduce economic growth. There are a variety of reasons why an abundance of natural resources might reduce economic growth, including a phenomenon referred to as Dutch Disease where a boom in local resource production leads to increased costs for other sectors. A sudden end to the resource boom or when other sectors have a higher growth rate than...

The multi-dimensional impacts of business accelerators: what does the research tell us?

Juanita Gonzalez-Uribe &

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  • University of Oregon
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  • City University of New York
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  • London School of Economics and Political Science
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  • Colorado School of Mines
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