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Those who know and love the region of Hampton Roads wish to make it an even better place to live than it is currently. In order for us to achieve that end, we must know literally "where we are" in critical areas. This first "State of the Region" Report is designed to provide citizens with a detailed, though not burdensome, look at several critical aspects of the lives we live in Hampton Roads. The Report focuses on topics such as the regional economy (including the tourist and military sectors), the workforce, K-12 education, technology, and of course, government and regional cooperation.
Regional Studies Institute, Old Dominion University
Public opinion, K-12 Education, Regional economy, Military, Tourism, Government, Technology, Transportation, Workforce
Business | Community-Based Research | Education | Growth and Development | Regional Economics
Koch, James V.; Agarwal, Aditi; Agarwal, Vinod; Bowers, Rebecca; Daniel, Steve; Darby, Michele; Gawne, John; Herders, Beth; Harlow, Jeffrey; Isakovski, Tatiana; Lomax, Sharon; Madden, Helen; Medvic, Stephen; Miller, Deborah L.; Talley, Wayne; and Yochum, Gilbert, "The State of the Region: Hampton Roads 2000" (2000). Economics Faculty Books. 8.