In an article published in 2001 in the New England Economic Review, Yolanda Kodrzycki explored concerns of states recruiting and retaining recent college graduates in this era of tight labor markets and increased demand for skilled workers.
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- National Exercise and Evaluation Program
- Negative End-Expiratory Pressure
- Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships Inc.
- Nuclear Electronic Effects Program (NASA)
- Nuclear Engineering and Engineering Physics (various locations)
- North Eastern Electric Power Corporation (India)
- New England in Early Printed Maps
- NorthEastern Evolutionary Psychology Society (various locations)
- National Environmental Employment Report (career opportunity publication)
- Network for Early European Research (Australian Research Council; School of Humanities; University of Western Australia; Crawley, Western Australia, Australia)
- New England Equine Rescues (nonprofit)
- Nominal Effective Exchange Rate
- Nuclear Engineering Education Research
- National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (Nagpur, India)
- New England Electric Resources, Inc. (New England Electric System)
- Nominal Effective Exchange Rate Index (various locations)
- New England Educational Research Organization (New Hampshire)
- North-East Emergency Reconstruction Programme (Sri Lanka)
- New England Estuarine Research Society
- National Electric Energy System (Iowa State University of Science and Technology; Ames, IA)
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Trieste, in the New England Economic Review, both document this general and well-known fact and explore the importance of intra-firm job shifts across regions and employment reallocation within industries in explaining the net changes in regional manufacturing employment.
REFERENCES Bradbury, Katharine, and Yolanda Kodrzycki, "What Past Recoveries Say About the Outlook for New England," New England Economic Review, September/October, 1992, 15-32.
Fuhrer hazard an explanation in the July/ August issue of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston's New England Economic Review.
Kodrzycki, writing in the November/ December issue of New England Economic Review, asks if severance pay might also have an impact on job search that is also similar to that of unemployment insurance.