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1999 - 2009

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2009

Forest products industry has deep Southern roots Downloads
Charles Davidson
Paying for crime and punishment Downloads
Ed English
Credit storm sinking global trade Downloads
Galina Alexeenko and Sandra Kollen

2008

Southern states ply the art of the deal Downloads
Charles Davidson
The lower Mississippi River: the flow of trade Downloads
Ed English
Putting pension reform into perspective Downloads
Stephen J. Kay and Tapen Sinha
West Point restarts its engines Downloads
Charles Davidson
You have a new wave of economic developers Downloads
Charles Davidson
When things still don't add up Downloads
M. Melinda Pitts
Infrastructure: the foundation for prosperity Downloads
William Smith
Manufacturing revs up Mobile Downloads
Charles Davidson
I hope that we have set an example Downloads
Lynne Anservitz
Work zone ahead? Repairing the Southeast's infrastructure Downloads
Ed English and Christopher Cunningham
Building a better world: infrastructure's role in economic growth Downloads
Laurel Graef, Galina Alexeenko and Ed English
Clearing the roadways: the case for congestion pricing Downloads
Christopher Cunningham
Foreclosures chill one-hot Southeast housing market Downloads
William Smith
Plumbing the Gulf's debts for oil and gas Downloads
Charles Davidson
Figuring out the oil price puzzle Downloads
John Robertson
Tourism, manufacturing revive Chattanooga Downloads
Charles Davidson
"We know these are difficult times": an interview with Barb Godin of Regions Bank Downloads
Charles Davidson
Remittances ebb and flow with the immigration tide Downloads
Federico Mandelman and Courtney Nosal
The Southeastern economy in 2009: region hopes for turnaround Downloads
Anonymous
Global economies anticipate a tepid 2009 Downloads
Galina Alexeenko
After rocky 2008, U.S. consumers seek stable ground in 2009 Downloads
Sandra Kollen and John Robertson

2007

Florida drives the national auto market Downloads
Gus Uceda and Charles Davidson
A falling dollar: good or bad news? Downloads
Diego Vilan
After the boom, housing affordability a growing challenge Downloads
William R. Smith and Julie Hotchkiss
Should we worry about the inverted yield curve? Downloads
Diego Vilan
Car-buying consumers await stability in housing prices Downloads
Charles Davidson
Tennessee rides boatbuilding currents Downloads
Charles Davidson
International trade: a larger piece of the U.S. economic pie Downloads
Galina Alexeenko
Montgomery drives ahead with autos Downloads
Charles Davidson
From spotlight to shadow: housing's luster fades Downloads
Charles Davidson and Michael J. Chriszt
Despite natural advantages, Southeast faces challenges Downloads
Dennis P. Lockhart
'The last few years have been very good for the building products industry': an interview with Lee Thomas, President and Chief Executive Officer of Rayonier Downloads
Ed English
Housing and the subprime mortgage market Downloads
W Frame
Panama City cruises past Spring break Downloads
Charles Davidson
110 degrees in the shade: drought sears the Southeast Downloads
Ed English
Latin multinationals become global headliners Downloads
Charles Davidson and Stephen J. Kay
The past, present, and future of futures Downloads
Shalini Patel and Paula Tkac
The Gulf Coast: still laboring towards recovery Downloads
Michael J. Chriszt
'It's got everybody nervous', interview with Lester Killebrew, Chairman of SunSouth LLC Downloads
Ed English
The Southeastern economy in 2008: a region in flux Downloads
Anonymous
Despite increased risks, global growth to remain solid in 2008 Downloads
Galina Alexeenko
Will Southeast's water woes become water wars? Downloads
Charles Davidson
Is China's economy losing its luster? Downloads
David Altig
"We're going to struggle with this for years": an interview with Mark Risse of the University of Georgia Downloads
Charles Davidson
A look ahead: housing, energy squeezed in '08 Downloads
John Robertson and Ellis Tallman

2006, issue Q 4

Housing, energy loom large in '07 Downloads
John Robertson
Southeastern economy to grow modestly in 2007 Downloads
Anonymous
When things don't add up Downloads
John Robertson
'The local communities have to determine their destiny', an interview with Donald E. Powell, Federal Coordinator of the Gulf Coast Recovery and Rebuilding Council Downloads
Ed English
Alabama's economy gains strength in 2006 Downloads
Anonymous
Housing cooldown blows through Florida Downloads
Anonymous
Georgia mirrors the nation Downloads
Anonymous
Louisiana continues march toward recovery Downloads
Anonymous
Still rebuilding, Mississippi makes progress Downloads
Anonymous
Businesses, services boost Tennessee Downloads
Anonymous
Carpeting on a roll in Georgia Downloads
Charles Davidson
Global outlook generally bright in '07 Downloads
Galina Alexeenko

2006, issue Q 3

The energy debate: is ethanol the answer? Downloads
Anonymous
The Gulf Coast’s tourism comeback: playing for even higher stakes? Downloads
Anonymous
Hurricanes spawn insurance rate increases Downloads
Anonymous
Katrina update: one year after Downloads
Anonymous
Reflections on four decades in central banking: lessons for the future Downloads
Jack Guynn
'Newer technologies are increasing the ethanol yield', an interview with Joy Peterson of the University of Georgia Downloads
Anonymous
Huntsville, from rockets to riches Downloads
Lynne Anservitz

2006, issue Q 2

Smart growth and rebuilding the Mississippi Gulf Coast Downloads
Anonymous
Katrina update: recovery comes slowly Downloads
Anonymous
Financial volatility and electoral uncertainty in Latin America Downloads
Anonymous
Putting U.S. manufacturing in perspective Downloads
John Robertson
Space Coast: where economics is more than rocket science Downloads
Charles Davidson
'I truly think smart codes are a long-term benefit', an interview with Dave Dennis, President and CEO of Specialty Contractors & Associates, Inc Downloads
John Robertson

2006, issue Q 1

Can cultural tourism make a splash in Georgia's economy? Downloads
Anonymous
Avian flu has poultry industry in a flap Downloads
Anonymous
Life after Katrina: reflecting, rebuilding continue on the Gulf Coast Downloads
Anonymous
Community bank remains committed to rebuilding in New Orleans Downloads
Anonymous
The changing of the guard in Georgia's workforce Downloads
Anonymous
Disasters, income, and wealth Downloads
Thomas Cunningham
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