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Population , Employment , and Income Trends for Georgia and Atlanta

@inproceedings{Sjoquist2014PopulationE,
  title={Population , Employment , and Income Trends for Georgia and Atlanta},
  author={David L. Sjoquist},
  year={2014}
}

Obstacles to Economic Growth and Business Attraction in Georgia

Obstacles to Economic Growth and Business Attraction in Georgia by Vanessa Cox MBA, Troy University, 2009 BA, Georgia State University, 2007 Dissertation Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the

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