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Upper Rio Grande Workforce Development Board Industry Cluster Analysis, Mathew Mcelroy, Carlos Olmedo, Ed Feser, Ken Poole Aug 2006

Upper Rio Grande Workforce Development Board Industry Cluster Analysis, Mathew Mcelroy, Carlos Olmedo, Ed Feser, Ken Poole

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Sun Metro Fixed Route Rider Survey, Dennis L. Soden, Mathew Mcelroy, Susanne Green Aug 2006

Sun Metro Fixed Route Rider Survey, Dennis L. Soden, Mathew Mcelroy, Susanne Green

IPED Technical Reports

No abstract provided.


Enrollment Forecasts For The El Paso Community College System And Component Campuses, Mathew Mcelroy Jun 2006

Enrollment Forecasts For The El Paso Community College System And Component Campuses, Mathew Mcelroy

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Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (Ceds) For The Rio Grande Council Of Governments (Rgcog), Dennis L. Soden, America Tirado, Janet S. Conary, Miguel Chavez May 2006

Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (Ceds) For The Rio Grande Council Of Governments (Rgcog), Dennis L. Soden, America Tirado, Janet S. Conary, Miguel Chavez

IPED Technical Reports

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Vision 2006 El Paso Citizen Survey, America Tirado, Dennis L. Soden Mar 2006

Vision 2006 El Paso Citizen Survey, America Tirado, Dennis L. Soden

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At The Cross Roads: Us / Mexico Border Counties In Transition, Dennis L. Soden Mar 2006

At The Cross Roads: Us / Mexico Border Counties In Transition, Dennis L. Soden

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In 1998, former Texas Comptroller John Sharp published Bordering the Future: Challenge and Opportunity in the Texas Border Region,which provided an assessment of the economic, political, and social condition of the Texas border counties. This report, commissioned by the US / Mexico Border Counties Coalition, extends those findings to all of the 24 U.S. counties that are contiguous with Mexico. As a region, if these 24 counties were the 51st state, how would they compare with the rest of the nation?