Investments, Arkansas, research, income, education
This analysis is designed to answer several important questions regarding the impact of research dollars invested in the state of Arkansas. We begin by discussing the state of the state in terms of income measures and measures of educational attainment levels. Throughout this analysis, the state of Arkansas is compared to the U.S., to a group of peer states , and, initially, to the state of Mississippi.
Next, we examine the linkage between income and education. We also examine higher education in the state in terms of spending, access and research dollars. From this general description we examine the present status of research dollars invested in the state relative to our peers. Finally, we estimate the impact of research investment on per capita income and state revenues.
Collins, J. T., & Schulman, C. T. (2002). Priming the Pump: Research as a Catalyst for Economic Growth. Publications and Presentations. Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/cberpub/31
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