Not Your Grandfather's Economy Anymore

Charleston Daily Mail - NUMEROUS presenters spoke about diversifying West Virginia's economy this week during an economic forum highlighting the future of the Mountain State. Read

■ Ted Boettner, director of the Center on Budget & Policy, a sponsor of the forum, said the state needs to diversify to a more sustainable economy, less susceptible to booms and busts, that is based on knowledge, higher education, manufacturing and technology.

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