Tracking 'Go-Getters' Across America

4 Pages Posted: 29 Jun 2010

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Bruce Yandle

Clemson University; PERC - Property and Environment Research Center

Tate Watkins

Independent

Date Written: June 29, 2010

Abstract

U.S. economic history has been heavily influenced by mobile “go-getters” - young entrepreneurs, inventors, skilled laborers, and innovators. That appears to still be the case today, as both foreign and domestic go-getters are attracted to high-skilled jobs and high-risk opportunities. What parts of the United States are particularly attractive to these workers, and what characteristics attract these go-getters? Moreover, are foreign-born go-getters attracted to different areas than domestic-born go-getters? This article uses empirical data to answer these questions.

Suggested Citation

Yandle, Bruce and Watkins, Tate, Tracking 'Go-Getters' Across America (June 29, 2010). Regulation, Vol. 33, No. 2, p. 10, Summer 2010. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1632409

Bruce Yandle (Contact Author)

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Tate Watkins

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