Global, National Business Cycles and Energy Explain Texas Metro Growth
Janet Koech and
Mark Wynne ()
Economic Letter, 2018, vol. 13, issue 4, 4 pages
A mix of global, national and state-specific shocks help drive employment fluctuations between U.S. states. Econometric modeling shows such differences among metropolitan areas also reflect a mix of shocks. Texas cities strongly tied to oil and gas activity appear more affected by energy-sector shocks than other metros in the state.
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