Mike Mannor

University of Notre Dame

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Assistant Professor of Management at the University of Notre Dame, specializing in strategic management; personal website

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On this Labor Day, with unemployment seemingly stuck at 9 percent, all eyes are on Washington, which the  Gallop Poll  finds more confident about the economy than the rest of America.

Where Are the New Jobs?

On this Labor Day, with unemployment seemingly stuck at 9 percent, all eyes are on Washington, which the Gallop Poll finds more confident about the economy than the rest of America.

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On this Labor Day, with unemployment seemingly stuck at 9 percent, all eyes are on Washington, which the  Gallop Poll  finds more confident about the economy than the rest of America.

Where Are the New Jobs?

On this Labor Day, with unemployment seemingly stuck at 9 percent, all eyes are on Washington, which the Gallop Poll finds more confident about the economy than the rest of America.

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