Economic Growth

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Quarterly Economic Briefing Series - 2nd Quarter

GFI Group and The National Chamber Foundation (NCF) hosted the second event of a new series of quarterly economic briefings led by Martin Regalia, Ph.D., Chief Economist and Senior Vice President for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Dr. Regalia delivered a keynote address based on GDP data released by the U.S. Department of Commerce from the previous quarter, before leading a panel of chief economists representing crucial sectors of the economy.

Kentucky 2011

Kentucky’s Place in the Rankings
1st Cost of Living
4th Export Intensity
8th Job Placement Efficiency
12th Short-term Job Growth
15th Export Intensity Growth
19th STEM Job Growth
19th Academic R&D Intensity
19th Budget Gap
19th Business Tax Climate
21st State and Local Tax Burden
21st High Speed Broadband Intensity
22nd Small Business Survival Index
23rd Entrepreneurial Activity
25th High School Advanced Placement Intensity

Mississippi 2011

Mississippi’s Place in the Rankings
3rd Export Intensity Growth
5th Export Growth
10th Cost of Living
11th Per Capita Income Growth
11th Growth in Share of National Exports
11th Higher-ed Efficiency
12th Productivity Growth
12th Business Birth Rate
15th State and Local Tax Burden
16th Small Business Survival Index
18th Export Intensity
18th Transportation Infrastructure Performance
20th STEM Job Growth
20th Entrepreneurial Activity
20th Small Business Lending
21st Short-term Job Growth
21st Business Tax Climate

Alabama 2011

Alabama’s Place in the Rankings
4th Academic R&D intensity
4th Broadband Availability
7th Small Business Survival Index
10th High Speed Broadband Intensity
11th State and Local Tax Burden
11th Cost of Living
14th Export Intensity
17th Per Capita Income Growth
17th Business Birth Rate
18th STEM Job Growth
20th Entrepreneurial Activity
21st Productivity Growth
23rd Small Business Lending
25th Higher-ed Degree Output
25th GDP Growth

Oklahoma 2011

Oklahoma’s Place in the 2011 Enterprising States Rankings 3rd Cost of Living 4th Gross State Product Growth 4th Productivity Growth 6th Per Capita Income Growth 8th Higher-ed Efficiency 8th College Affordability 14th Long-term Job Growth 14th State and Local Tax Burden 15th Export Growth 16th STEM Job Growth 16th Transportation Infrastructure Performance 18th Business Birth Rate 18th Entrepreneurial Activity 21st Growth in Share of National Exports 21st Small Business Survival Index 22nd Budget Gap 24th Economic Output Per Job

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