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June 2007, Vol. 130, No. 6
The effects of Hurricane Katrina on the New Orleans economy
Michael L. Dolfman
Regional Commissioner, Bureau of Labor Statistics, New York regional office.
Solidelle Fortier Wasser
Senior Economist, Bureau of Labor Statistics, New York regional office.
Economist, Bureau of Labor Statistics, New York regional office.
Hurricane Katrina devastated the New Orleans economy; tourism, port operations, and educational services, the foundation of the city’s economy, survived, offering a base for recovery.
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