A selected annotated bibliography on economic and social development in Missouri : 1960-1967
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"The research for this publication was initiated by the University of Missouri as part of a consortium that included the University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University, and the University of Arkansas. The consortium was to develop a bibliography and an evaluation of publications concerning economic development in the Ozark region for the Economic Development Administration of the U.S. Department of Commerce. This work was done in preparation for activities of the Ozark Regional Development Commission. The initial report encompassed only those publications applicable to the 44 southern Missouri counties designated as part of the Ozark Development Region. Selected references from that publication have been utilized in this manuscript. The initial literature review has been supplemented to up-date it, and expand the coverage to the entire state of Missouri. This publication is an attempt to present the most current and relevant material concerning economic development in Missouri in summary form. Section I deals with industrial development and location. It covers development organizations, location of industrial development, and studies of industrial impact. Section II reviews the fastest growing industry in the state-recreation and tourism. An important part of the recreation section concerns the need and plans for future growth. The third section is about Missouri's largest industry-agriculture-with emphasis on organization and management, agronomy, livestock production, and conservation."--Preface.
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