The Emerging Economic Base and Local Development Policy Issues in the Austin-San Antonio Corridor, PRP 71
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This report, which assesses the emerging economic base and economic development policy of the Austin-San Antonio Corridor, is the product of a policy research project conducted at the LBJ School in 1984-1985. Funding for publication was provided by the project client, the Greater Austin-San Antonio Corridor Council, Inc.
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