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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.

Poverty Data: Where to Find It and What It Tells Us

by Jill Waity

Poverty Data: Where to Find It and What It Tells Us

How has the recent recession affected poverty rates? This article walks you through the various sources of poverty data, exploring recent trends in Indiana, its counties and metro areas. While Indiana’s poverty rate ranks 24th nationally, it fares much better when compared to its Midwestern neighbors. Read More

The Higher Education Plans of Indiana's High School Graduates

by Rachel Justis

Education Plans for Hoosier Gradutes

Do recent Hoosier graduates intend to pursue a 4-year college degree, a 2-year degree, or something else? Read More

Ireland: Countries IN Profile

by Matthew Hutchinson

Countries IN Profile: Ireland

Ireland maintains important trade linkages with Indiana. Learn which Hoosier exports are most in demand, as well as how this relationship has been affected by the global economic crisis. Read More

Amish in Indiana and the United States

by Molly Manns

Amish in Indiana and the U.S.

While Pennsylvania and Ohio have larger numbers of Amish, did you know that Indiana has the most Amish per capita among the 50 states? This article maps out where Amish populations are concentrated at both the state and county level. Read More

Indiana's Wood Products Industry

by Tanya Hall

Wood Products Manufacturing Industry

Indiana’s forests produce high-quality wood that is converted into many different products. Learn how many people are employed in this industry, major exports and more. Read More

Northeast Indiana: Realtors Region 3 Profile

by Carol O. Rogers

Overview: Realtors Region 3

Learn more about the 12 counties in northeast Indiana’s Realtors Region 3, including characteristics of homes sold in 2009. Read More


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