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Regional Review

Regional Review
Quarter 3, 2001
Volume 11, Number 3
Complete issue (2.8MB)

Contents

Diagnosis Shortage by Carrie Conaway
Health care providers are already struggling to find enough registered nurses. The situation only promises to get worse
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Competition and Opportunity by Richard N. Cooper and Jane Sneddon Little
While the Fed's policy focus remains domestic, international forces have changed U.S. banking and how monetary policy works
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Heat, Light, and Taxes in the Granite State by Robert Tannenwald
When the courts ruled New Hampshire's school funding plan unconstitutional, the governor appointed a blue-ribbon commission to evaluate the options
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Perspective: Is Margin Lending Marginal? by Peter Fortune
Despite popular belief that buying stock on margin is a source of market instability, the Fed has not changed margin requirements since 1974. Is there a case for an activist margin policy?
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Observations
When it's the house that moves; how retailers and manufacturers try to shift inventory costs
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Letter from Andover, Vermont by Susan Ritz
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From Readers
Readers share their views on individual transferable fishing quotas, the (relatively) low cost of veterinary care, and keys to successfully building your dream house
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