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by Ann R. Markusen
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Economics
  • Author:
    Ann R. Markusen
  • ISBN:
    0880992964
  • ISBN13:
    978-0880992961
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  • Publisher:
    W E Upjohn Inst for (June 7, 2007)
  • Pages:
    215 pages
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    Economics
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Its diverse group of contributors present a broad set of workable reforms including: regulation of site consultants; mandated transparency in negotiations, bids, and deals; better structured deals; performance requirements and clawbacks for subsidized firms; and adoption of united economic development budgets.

Markusen, Ann, ed. 2007.

Its diverse group of contributors present a broad set of workable reforms including: regulation of site consultants; mandated transparency in negotiations, bids, and deals; better structured deals; performance requirements and clawbacks for subsidized firms; and adoption of united economic development budgets. Markusen, Ann, ed.

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Published: 1 June 2008. in Growth and Change. Growth and Change, Volume 39, pp 377-380; doi:10.

Author Markusen, Ann . Markusen, Ann. ISBN 0880992964.

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This book explores the causes, character, and potential remedies for the growing spatial competition for capital. Its diverse group of contributors present a broad set of workable reforms including: regulation of site consultants; mandated transparency in negotiations, bids, and deals; better structured deals; performance requirements and clawbacks for subsidized firms; and adoption of united economic development budgets.