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  • States find rewards from high-tech investments, given time and patience

    High-tech happens organically in places with built-in advantages, but it can happen elsewhere too, and state investments can play a part, says Illinois sociology professor Kevin Leicht.

    High-tech happens organically in places with built-in advantages, but it can happen elsewhere too, and state investments can play a part, says Illinois sociology professor Kevin Leicht.

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  • Editor’s notes: To reach Kevin Leicht (pronounced Lysht), call 217-333-1950; email kleicht@illinois.edu.

    The study, “State investments in high-technology job growth,” is available online or from the News Bureau.
    DOI: 10.1016/j.ssresearch.2017.03.007