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The University of Texas at Austin
May 2018

Essays on the Economics of State Policy Reform
By Collin Andrew Hansen, Dissertation

I also collect data on various state-level outcomes and economic indicators. Data on state industry-specific GDP come from the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) and are used in the analysis of the effects of SMYP and E-Verify mandates on sector productivity. Data on state gov- ernment spending and state corporate income tax revenue come from the Census Annual Survey of State Government Finances (SGF). Data on state corporate income tax rates come from the Tax Policy Center. Data on new housing permits come from the Census Building Permit Survey. Data on state unemployment rates come from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) Local Area Un- employment Statistics (LAUS) survey. Finally, data on detainments and removals by Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE) come from the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC), and data on state-level crime rates come from the Uniform Crime Reports (UCR).........[Citing TRAC research and reports].

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