Do enterprise zones create jobs? Evidence from California's enterprise zone program

@inproceedings{Neumark2008DoEZ,
  title={Do enterprise zones create jobs? Evidence from California's enterprise zone program},
  author={David Neumark and Jed Kolko},
  year={2008}
}
We use new establishment-level data and geographic mapping methods to improve upon evaluations of the effectiveness of state enterprise zones, focusing on California's program. Because zone boundaries do not follow census tracts or zip codes, we created digitized maps of original zone boundaries and later expansions. We combine these maps with geocoded observations on most businesses located in California. The evidence indicates that enterprise zones do not increase employment. We also find no… CONTINUE READING

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