Boom-Bust-Boom: Texas Miracle, Lessons Learned On Way To State Recovery

Blake, Horace
November 2013
PA Times;Nov/Dec2013, Vol. 36 Issue 5, p6
The article outlines the road of Texas towards recovery from recession through its diversified economy. The aim of the state's diversified economy for sustainability and resilience during the national recession is noted. The political economy, economic growth and political democracy visions of the state are also discussed.


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