Definition of "economic-development" [economic-development]

  • Attributive form of economic development (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

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  • "Economists Rob Grunewald and Arthur Rolnick at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis estimate that money spent on quality early education earns a double-digit return, making it the best economic-development investment they have found."
  • "His economic-development secretary, Mr. Kimball, says that despite Mr. Romney's prior warm words about the pact, he had always been pressing the issue of its economic consequences."
  • "Stark Development Corp., an economic-development agency in Dickinson, N.D., is working to attract businesses from outside the oil industry in order to prepare for the inevitable drop-off in drilling, said Gaylon Baker, the group's executive vice president."