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- A Study of the Potential for Economic Development in the Travel and Tourism Industry to Provide New
- Market Analysis and Economic Impact of Proposed Gas Turbine Generation Plant
- Preston County Labor Market Database
- Economic Impact of the Mountaineer Race Track Gaming Resort Fiscal Year 1998
- Charleston MSA Outlook
- West Virginia University's Contribution to West Virginia's Export Base FY 1998
- Harrison, Marion Monongalia County Outlook
- Regional Data Profile: Region VIII
- West Virginia Business & Economic Review Vol. 5 No. 1 and 2
- West Virginia International Trade Investment
- New WVU course studies regional economics while providing areas of West Virginia with economic forecasts
- WVU chief economist: West Virginia is on the rebound, but still lags behind national growth and lacks in areas of health and education outcomes
- Mountain State Business Index: West Virginia economy to see solid growth through end of 2017
WVU researchers say construction and extractive industries will pace state economy,
northern WV to see larger growth
- Richmond Fed president Lacker to speak at state Economic Outlook Conference October 4 in Charleston
- West Virginia's public higher education institutions have $2.7 billion impact on state
- WVU coal outlook industry forecast weak in both short and long terms
WVU coal report: Production will weaken in short term, persistent declines over
next two decades