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Fri October 19, 2012
The End of the New Hampshire Advantage?
We look at a new study that suggests that those factors that have made New Hampshire the economic envy of the region, like its low tax burden, higher income levels and steady influx of well educated people may be waning. And the one time New Hampshire advantage may be a thing of the past. We'll look at the study and see how bad it may be.
- Steve Norton – Executive director of the NH Center for Public Policy Studies which recently put out a report on the state’s economic outlook called From Tailwind to Headwind: New Hampshire’s Shifting Economic Trends
- Russ Thibeault - President of Applied Economic Research, an economic and real estate consulting firm based in Laconia, NH
Click here to read the report "From Tailwind to Headwind, New Hampshire's Shifting Economic Trends"