Economic Vision 2010 Report Card 2002 Released
The report measures Indiana's progress toward the initiatives in Economic Vision 2010, compared to its national and international competitors.
November 11, 2002
by Hudson Institute
Released in November 2002, the Economic Vision 2010 Report Card 2002 measures Indiana's progress toward the initiatives in Economic Vision 2010, compared to its national and international competitors. Compiled by Hudson Institute and released by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce, this study has been greatly enhanced in its third edition. It is one of the nation's most comprehensive state benchmarking studies showing Indiana's relative position with a vast array of 73 published metrics, categorized into five strategic areas.
The third annual Economic Vision 2010 Report Card provides an in-depth evaluation of Indiana's economic standing compared to other states and nations.
While some state strengths are identified, the report card also reaffirms areas in need of dramatic improvement. The Economic Vision 2010 Report Card includes five drivers, 12 sub-drivers and more than 70 measures. Indiana’s overall grade of C equals its 2001 mark. The five driver grades are: Education & Workforce Development, B-; Business Costs & Productivity, C-; Government & Regulatory Environment, B+; Infrastructure, B-; and Dynamism & Entrepreneurism, C-.
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