Texas enterprise zone benefits for poor prove elusive
Wenhua Di and
Daniel Millimet ()
Southwest Economy, 2016, issue Q3, 3-6
The Texas Enterprise Zone Program does not appear to benefit the financial well-being of residents. An examination of the state program suggests that at best, there is a modest positive impact on the repayment of retail loans.
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