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Maine versus New Hampshire VI

Recently, Fraser America released a new study titled “Measuring Entrepreneurship: Conceptual Frameworks and Empirical Indicators.”  After reading through the study I noticed a wide deviation between Maine and New Hampshire […]

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Maine versus New Hampshire V

First, our new Cross-Border Shopping report by J Dwight and I is now released titled: “The Silent Tax Revolt: Mainers Cross-Border Shopping in New Hampshire II” One point we left […]

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Maine versus New Hampshire IV

This is a miscellaneous post: 1. From my previous blog in this series on the State Coincident Index, there were only 4 states that broke the 200 index value by […]

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Maine versus New Hampshire III

Every month the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia publishes their State Coincident Index which is an important gauge of economic activity within a state. In their words: “The coincident indexes […]

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Maine versus New Hampshire II

The other day I was looking over various labor data in Maine when I noticed divergent trends in 2007 for Maine versus New Hampshire. In particular, Maine’s number of unemployed […]

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Maine versus New Hampshire I

I will begin a new series on the MHPC blog called “Maine versus New Hampshire.” The purpose of the series is to highlight similarities and differences between Maine and our […]

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Maine versus New Hampshire Factoid

According to the Bureau of Economic Analysis, if Maine were a county of New Hampshire, in 2005, it would have been the second poorest county. Coos county is the poorest […]

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