economic future of metropolitan Milwaukee hearings before the Joint Economic Committee, Congress of the United States, Ninety-seventh Congress, first session, October 8 and 9, 1981. by United States. Congress. Joint Economic Committee

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  • Milwaukee Metropolitan Area (Wis.)

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  • Milwaukee Metropolitan Area (Wis.) -- Economic conditions.,
  • Milwaukee Metropolitan Area (Wis.) -- Economic policy.

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LC ClassificationsKF25 .E2 1981e
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Paginationiv, 186 p. ;
Number of Pages186
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Open LibraryOL3140367M
LC Control Number82601035

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September Economic Trends Nov. 5, MILWAUKEE – Metro Milwaukee’s economy made modest improvements in September with six of 22 available indicators pointing upward vs. year-ago levels, according to a monthly report by the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce (MMAC.).

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The Milwaukee Region is a natural magnet for business. It ranks sixth among major metro areas nationwide in the number of corporate headquarters per capita. Metro Milwaukee Economic Trends – Page 2 Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce June job declines were posted in the financial activities (down %), professional & business services (down %), information (down %), and government (down.

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Results were generally positive among hours and earnings indicators for manufacturing workers. The latest report from the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce shows the metro area’s economic growth “continues on a sluggish path.” Nine of the 23 economic indicators tracked by MMAC showed improvement in August.

That’s the sixth time in the past nine months that under half of those indicators showed a positive trend, the. That vision, with other partners, led to the creation of the Milwaukee 7, an economic development organization representing seven counties in southeastern Wisconsin, which the. Milwaukee Economic Development Corporation, N.

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Congress. Joint Economic Committee. Abstract. Item B, C (microfiche)Includes bibliographical of access: Internet. Milwaukee Area Economic Summary: This summary presents a sampling of economic information for the area; supplemental data are provided for regions and the nation.

Subjects include: ECI, occupation, occupational employment statistics, OES, area, metropolitan. ^ An excellent analysis of this period is to be found in Robert Filtzer and William L. Slayton, Manufacturing in Milwaukee and 22 Metropolitan Cities, (Milwaukee: Board of Public Land Commissioners, Ma ).

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Milwaukee rose to early prominence as a trader of grain, and the city was the largest shipper of wheat on the planet in the early s. Shipping was joined by processing industries—flour-milling, meat-packing, leather-tanning, and brewing—that turned Wisconsin’s agricultural bounty into useful products.

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