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Center for Business and Policy Research
Eberhardt School of Business
Jeffrey Michael, PhD - Exec. Director
Thomas Pogue, PhD - Assoc. Dir.
Sacramento Office: 916.340.6084
Stockton Office: 209.946.2913
cbpr@pacific.edu

2017 North San Joaquin Valley Index

The North San Joaquin Valley (NSJV) region is made up of three adjoining California counties: San Joaquin, Stanislaus, and Merced. The region is a little larger than Connecticut, and with over 1.5 million residents, its population is larger than that of 11 states. While the NSJV is a distinct region, it is rarely recognized as such by the political and business communities. When economic development, policy, and planning processes are organized above the county level, the NSJV is typically grouped in an enormous geography of the entire San Joaquin Valley or Central Valley. As a result, the unique characteristics and opportunities of the NSJV can be overlooked.

The North San Joaquin Valley Index and an associated conference were created to help further the concept of a NSJV regional identity and bring regional leaders together to understand economic, social, and environmental trends and spark discussion of areas where regional collaboration could be fruitful.

Interactive website to complement the index:
www.PacificCBPR.org

NSJV Index Report
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