"Enterprise zones", which typically use tax incentives and hiring subsidies to encourage
businesses into areas of concentrated poverty and joblessness, do little good. California's
42 enterprise zones have failed to raise employment in targeted areas, according to
analysis by Mr Kolka and David Neumark, of the University of California at Irvine.
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