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2016 Competitiveness Redbook (Mobile Version)

Competitiveness matters. Washington policy makers need the latest comprehensive information about where this state ranks on such measures as innovation, income, higher education, tax rates, energy costs and other key metrics. Using state and national data from government and academic sources, the 2016
Competitiveness Redbook is a pocket-size guide to where this state falls in 58 important measurements.
The Competitiveness Redbook is a pocket-sized guide to the facts that matter for Washington’s employers. Now AWB has a way of taking that valuable data on the road. The Redbook Mobile is the Redbook, optimized for your smartphone or tablet.

This mobile version of the Washington Alliance for a Competitive Economy’s latest edition of the Competitiveness Redbook crunches the numbers and tracks how Washington is doing in these and many other important indicators.

Whether it’s Washington’s low-cost industrial electricity (the most affordable in the nation) or its workers’ comp system (the most expensive in America, based on benefits paid per insured worker), costs matter for this state’s employers and the communities they support.

The 2016 Redbook Mobile notes that Washington continues to foster innovation, with venture capital investment surpassing $1 billion for the first time, and that exports continue to fuel the state’s economy. At the same time, Washington’s business taxes are ninth-highest in the nation as a share of all taxes paid, and the state’s minimum wage is still the highest in the country.

Cost: $7.00
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2016 Competitiveness Redbook

Washington employers know that costs and competitiveness matter. Washington is a great place to live, but is it a great place to do business? The new print edition of the WashACE Redbook looks at nearly 60 key metrics that show where Washington shines -- and where it falls behind -- in comparison with other states and the nation as a whole.
Whether it’s Washington’s low-cost industrial electricity (the most affordable in the nation) or its workers’ comp system (the most expensive in America, based on benefits paid per insured worker), costs matter for this state’s employers and the communities they support.

The Washington Alliance for a Competitive Economy’s latest edition of the Competitiveness Redbook crunches the numbers and tracks how Washington is doing in these and many other important indicators.

The 2016 Redbook notes that Washington continues to foster innovation, with venture capital investment surpassing $1 billion for the first time, and that exports continue to fuel the state’s economy. At the same time, Washington’s business taxes are ninth-highest in the nation as a share of all taxes paid, and the state’s minimum wage is still the highest in the country.

The Redbook will help you track the numbers that matter for your business and the policies that will shape our state’s future.
Cost: $12.00
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2014 Competitiveness Greenbook (Mobile Version)

Washington is a leader in many environment categories, according to the many state and federal sources compiled in the 2014 Competitiveness Greenbook. From power generated from hydroelectric resources (top in the nation) to carbon stored in our forests (3rd most in the nation), Washington is already leading the way in many environmental categories, according to the latest edition of this popular resource.
Washington is a leader in many environment categories, according to the many state and federal sources compiled in the 2014 Competitiveness Greenbook. From power generated from hydroelectric resources (top in the nation) to carbon stored in our forests (3rd most in the nation), Washington is already leading the way in many environmental categories, according to the latest edition of this popular resource.
Cost: $7.00
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2014 Competitiveness Greenbook

Washington is a leader in many environment categories, according to the many state and federal sources compiled in the 2014 Competitiveness Greenbook. From power generated from hydroelectric resources (top in the nation) to carbon stored in our forests (3rd most in the nation), Washington is already leading the way in many environmental categories, according to the latest edition of this popular resource. 
Washington is a leader in many environment categories, according to the many state and federal sources compiled in the 2014 Competitiveness Greenbook. From power generated from hydroelectric resources (top in the nation) to carbon stored in our forests (3rd most in the nation), Washington is already leading the way in many environmental categories, according to the latest edition of this popular resource. 
Cost: $10.00
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Washington Business Magazine Subscription

Washington Business magazine is the official publication of the Association of Washington Business. This award-winning magazine provides insight into where business and politics intersect in Washington state. Our magazine also highlights AWB member companies that do business in Washington state.

With four quarterly publications, plus our special Legislative Review & Vote Record, Washington Business magazine offers readers a glimpse into the public policy challenges facing today's private employers.

Washington Business magazine is the official publication of the Association of Washington Business. This award-winning magazine provides insight into where politics and our economy meet in Washington state. Also, the magazine highlight some of the fascinating people and companies that make up Washington state.

With four-yearly issues, Washington Business magazine is a great value for all of those who are interested in business and how the politics of the state affect our economy.

Cost: $24.00
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