Economists question state's bellwether role

Heikens, Norm
April 1998
Indianapolis Business Journal;04/27/98, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p7A
Focuses on the economic conditions in Indiana and its role as a business cycle indicator in the United States. Description of the cyclical durable goods sector in the state; Impact of management strategy changes on the business cycles occurring in the state; Forecast from economists about the state's economy.


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