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Unpublished Paper
International Trade In The San Bernardino Region: Transportation, Trends, and Employment
(2006)
  • Mirya R Holman, Duke University
  • Travis Coan, Claremont Graduate University
Abstract

International trade presents significant employment, growth, and revenue opportunities for the San Bernardino region, which encompasses San Bernardino County and several cities in Riverside County and is located to the immediate east of Los Angeles County. Proximity to the San Pedro Bay Port complex (which includes the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach) and access to a transportation and logistics network expanding out across the U.S., makes the San Bernardino region a prime location for companies participating in international trade activity. The purpose of this report is to quantify trade activity in the region, while also estimating the employment generated by international trade. The California Policy Institute at Claremont’s (CPIC) analysis indicates that current trade activity and likely trade growth present a valuable opportunity for job creation and economic development in the San Bernardino region.

Keywords
  • economic development,
  • methods,
  • GIS,
  • transportation
Publication Date
December, 2006
Citation Information
Mirya R Holman and Travis Coan. "International Trade In The San Bernardino Region: Transportation, Trends, and Employment" (2006)
Available at: http://0-works.bepress.com.library.simmons.edu/mirya_holman/6/