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Recent Trends in Exports of California's Information Technology Products

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Publication Date: April 2005

Publisher(s): Public Policy Institute of California

Author(s): Howard J. Shatz; Jon D. Haveman

Funder(s): Public Policy Institute of California

Funder(s): Public Policy Institute of California

Series: California Economic Policy v.1 no.2

Topic: Manufacturing and industry (Computer and electronics industry)

Type: Report

Coverage: California

Abstract:

Documents changing patterns in California’s manufactured information technology exports during the recent boom and bust period (1997-2003). Finds that much of the decline in the total value of exports (which dropped by $25 billion or 42% between 2000 and 2003) stemmed from lower purchases of California commodities worldwide. Concludes that the vast majority of the drop-off in California’s share of U.S exports stems from redirection of purchases away from California to other states. Explores possible reasons why this has occurred.