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- Arkansas per capita income and population 1981-1991. Market, Donald R. // Arkansas Business & Economic Review;Fall93, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p26
Examines the movement of population and per capita income among 75 counties and six Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MAS) of Arkansas. Western movement of income and population across the state; Relationship between population and per capita income.
- A moderate expansion of the U.S. economy. Alguire, Mary S. // Arkansas Business & Economic Review;Fall93, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p44
Compares the economic conditions of Arkansas against the United States data. Unemployment rates; Personal income; Industrial production; Farm marketings; Freight traffic; Construction contracts.
- Average wage-per-job in Arkansas: 1983-1993. Market, Donald R. // Arkansas Business & Economic Review;Spring95, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p21
Presents data on per capita income of Arkansas for the period of 1983-1993. Factors resulting in an upward trend in the labor participation rate; Faster increase in supply of labor than the demand for labor; Increases in real Per Capita Income as earned by increased labor hours supplied by...
- Growth in personal income slows during the second quarter... Alguire, Mary S. // Arkansas Business & Economic Review;Fall95, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p36
Reports that in Arkansas, the rise in personal income dropped during the second quarter of 1995. What was the rate of increase; Rate of nominal dollar value of residential and nonresidential construction contracts; Other economic indicators.
- Labour force estimates February 1996. // Arkansas Business & Economic Review;Winter95, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p30
Presents statistical information on Arkansas labor force estimates for February 1996. Names of counties; Civilian labor force; Total employment; Unemployment rate. INSET: Arkansas labour force estimates..
- An analysis of changes in Arkansas personal income, 1989-1994. Philpot, James; Rice, Philip F. // Arkansas Business & Economic Review;Spring96, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p16
Examines the factors affecting changes in personal income in Arkansas for the period 1989-1994 using shift analysis technique. Income contributions made by various economic sectors; Transfer payments.
- Nonfarm payroll jobs in Arkansas and the nation continue to increase. Alguire, Mary S. // Arkansas Business & Economic Review;Spring96, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p26
Examines nonfarm payroll jobs in Arkansas. Increase in sector employment; Comparison of 1995 and 1996 adjusted unemployment rates; Moderate economic growth; Increase in personal consumption expenditures for the 1996 first quarters.
- Economic performance of Arkansas in line with U.S. expansion: Quarter II, 1997. Alguire, Mary S. // Arkansas Business & Economic Review;Summer97, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p18
Discusses the economic performance of Arkansas in line with the United States expansion during the second quarter of 1997. Increase in Real Gross Domestic Product estimate; Unemployment rates in Arkansas for July and August 1997; Economic indicators in Arkansas and United States.
- U.S. economic growth the strongest in nine years; Arkansas keeps pace. Alguire, Mary S. // Arkansas Business & Economic Review;Winter97, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p18
Focuses on the economic conditions in Arkansas as of December 1, 1997. Includes the Gross Domestic Product; Changes in real personal income; Industrial production data; Cash receipts from farm marketings.
- Change in federal expenditures in the first congressional of Arkansas. Westerlund, B.A.; Chrisholm, R.K. // Atlantic Economic Journal;Mar1994, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p94
Presents an analysis of the federal economic development expenditures in the first congressional district of Arkansas. Regression analysis of counties; Economic development and population.