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InContext is a publication about Indiana's workforce and economy from the Indiana Business Research Center at Indiana University's Kelley School of Business.

The Economic Bootprint of Defense Spending in Indiana

by Timothy Slaper and Matt Kinghorn


Since 2001, the value of defense contracts awarded to Indiana has more than doubled. Why is that and how has it impacted the state? Read more >>

Does Cost of Living Affect Indiana Incomes?

by Timothy E. Zimmer and Kimberley Linville


Low cost of living makes Hoosier incomes stretch farther than elsewhere in the nation. Read more >>

Indiana's Minority Population Is Growing 

by Rachel Justis


The Hispanic population increased in all 92 Indiana counties, growing 82 percent statewide since 2000. What other minority groups saw increases? Read more >>

A Demographic View of Indiana's Housing Slump

by Matt Kinghorn


Fewer black households own their home compared to earlier in the decade. Learn about other impacts of the housing slump. Read more >>

Measuring Housing: Quick Facts from the 2010 Census for Indiana

by Carol O. Rogers


Almost 70 percent of homes in Indiana are owner-occupied. Find out more housing facts from Census 2010. Read more >>


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