East-North Central Articles

Article | March 31, 2005
Location Decisions of BioConvergence Industries   

With so much activity surrounding biosciences, health care, and bio-related information technologies, how will private sector companies choose their... More>>


Article | March 31, 2005
The Convergence of Health Care, Biotech, and Technology - and the Location Decisions Behind Them   

The continued integration of bio- and information-technologies into the health care industry will result in a significant shift in how new bio-based... More>>


Article | December 31, 2004
The North American Automotive Industry   

The US Automotive industry has experienced significant restructuring over the past several decades. Market share for the Big Three (General Motors,... More>>


Article | September 30, 2004
Corporate Headquarters Site Selection   

When choosing a location for a corporate headquarters, it is not as much a real estate question as it is a business question. A company’s corporate... More>>


Article | June 30, 2004
Michigan: Driving High-Tech in the 21st Century   

Michigan, perhaps more than other states historically based on an industrial economy, has risen above the rust-beltimage of the past into an... More>>


Article | June 30, 2004
New State-by-State Study on the Bioscience Industry   

Employment and other economic activity in the biosciences has grown dramatically in the past three years, and states working to attract bioscience... More>>


Article | June 30, 2004
Putting Biosciences in Their Place   

The Life Sciences industry is unique in a number of critical respects. First, it is a highly diverse sector, with products and applications ranging... More>>


Article | March 31, 2004
Plastics Outlook   

Founded in 1937, The Society of the Plastics Industry, Inc., (SPI), is the trade association representing one of the largest manufacturing industries... More>>


Article | December 31, 2003
Ohio: Automotive and Aerospace Industries   

As we settle in to the 21st century, no place is more ready than Ohio to expand its capabilities in the automotive and aerospace industries. More>>


Article | March 31, 2003
Indiana: Be in a State of Progress   

If you’re surprised that the plastics and metals industries hold such a dominant role in Indiana business, don’t be. The Midwest remains the home... More>>




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