OSU Analysis: State’s Green Energy Efforts Unlikely To Create Large Numbers Of New Jobs

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States such as Ohio are hoping that development in the green energy sector will put residents back to work. But a new study by Ohio State University suggests that current efforts are not likely to generate large numbers of jobs. The information is reported in a policy brief co-authored by OSU agricultural economist Mark Partridge. One of Partridge’s colleagues who helped prepare the study is graduate associate researcher Amanda Weinstein.

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Amanda Weinstein, an Ohio State Graduate Research Associate. She, J. Clay Francis, and OSU agricultural economist Mark Partridge examined alternative energy policies and their impact on employment in Ohio.

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