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Dallas Booms Through Texas Oil Bust

Laila Assanie, Pia Orrenius () and Michael Weiss

Southwest Economy, 2017, issue Q1, 14 pages

Abstract: The Dallas metropolitan division?s economy, buttressed by business relocations and consolidations, has expanded steadily since 2010, following the Great Recession. Growth sectors, which included business and financial services, defense and security, and transportation, powered Dallas and helped it pace the Texas economy after the energy price collapse.

Date: 2017
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