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Lower oil prices weaken prospects for job, economic growth in Texas

Michael Plante ()

Southwest Economy, 2015, issue Q1, 10-13

Abstract: Although the relative importance of oil and gas to the Texas economy has grown in recent years, lower energy prices are unlikely to halt net job growth statewide.

Date: 2015
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