Part of a series that examines California's budget and its relationship to the state's economy. Examines short- and long-term growth, the role of governors and legislatures, public investment in education and infrastructure, and business regulation.
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Title: Role of State Government in California Economic Growth
Publication date 2003-09-01
Publication Year 2003
Institute of Regional and Urban Studies
North America / United States (Western) / California
governors and legislatures
, regulations and taxes
, education and infrastructure
, workers compensation
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