Transportation & Infrastructure

Public infrastructure—from mass transit to water distribution—is the backbone of a developed market economy.

Infrastructure investment affects all aspects of economic growth, creating jobs, enhancing productivity, and influencing the location of businesses and workers.

Upjohn researchers analyze the effect of public infrastructure on economic activity, which provides insights into economic growth and how policymakers can use these investments to strengthen economies.



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Dynamic Responses to Labor Demand Shocks

July 14, 2017 · Research Highlight