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2017.04.28 02:16 BrOscarM New blank pages appearing without \newpage

Hello and thank you for taking a look at my question.
I am trying to put a landscape page in my document in order to insert a table of my data, however a blank horizontal page is inserted before my table. I was also trying to move the number from the left side of the page to the bottom of the page. I am not sure what is causing that to occur.
I have tried my best to produce a working minimum example. Here is the code for my example:
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@report{Free, Author = {Miller,Terry. and Kim, Anthony B.}, Publisher = {The Heritage Foundation}, Title = {2017 Index of Economic Freedom}, Year = {2017}} @book{IntEcn, title={International Economics}, author={Gerber, J.}, isbn={9780132948913}, lccn={2012043812}, series={Pearson series in economics}, url={https://books.google.com/books?id=QkqJMAEACAAJ}, year={2012}, publisher={Pearson Education} } @book{IntroEcn, title={Introductory Econometrics: A Modern Approach}, author={Wooldridge, J.M.}, isbn={9781111531041}, lccn={2012945120}, url={https://books.google.com/books?id=C0KHwUKxys0C}, year={2013}, publisher={Cengage Learning} } @article{ClarkLinzer2014, title={Should I Use Fixed or Random Effects?}, volume={3}, DOI={10.1017/psrm.2014.32}, number={02}, journal={Political Science Research and Methods}, author={Clark, Tom S. and Linzer, Drew A.}, year={2014}, pages={399–408}, annotation={This journal goes over when one should use a fixed effects model versus a random effects model. Based on my project, I have decided to use a fixed effects model in my project because the bias is abated by the diverse sample group and each group member having its own corresponding time.} } @book{LinMod, place={Boston, MA}, edition={5}, title={Applied Linear Statistical Models}, publisher={McGraw-Hill}, author={Kutner, Michael H. and Nachtsheim, Chris and Neter, John and Li, William}, year={2005}, annotation={This book contributed to the vast majority of my project. In particular, chapters 5 and 7 allowed me to translate my model in matrix form. Furthermore, the book was a nice refresher on econometric theory.}} @book{PanMod, place={Cambridge, MA}, title={Econometric analysis of cross section and panel data}, publisher={MIT}, author={Wooldridge, Jeffrey M.}, year={2011}, annotation={This book was a graduate-level econometrics textbook, and provided more specific information regarding my model. This book, alongside Applied Linear Statistical Models helped me translate my model to matrix notation. Additionally, this book helped me fix some mistakes in my methodology and create a more accurate model.}} @article{Stolper, title={Protection and Real Wages}, volume={9}, url={http://www.jstor.org/stable/2967638}, number={1}, journal={The Review of Economic Studies}, author={Stolper, Wolfgang F. and Samuelson, Paul A.}, year={1941}, month={11}, pages={58-73}, annotation={In this article, what would come to be known as the Stolper-Samuelson theorem was first introduced. The theorem states that although protectionism may increase wages, its nominal increase will always be less than its real increase. This theorem forms the basis of my research.}} @book{smith, place={Oxford, UK}, title={An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations}, publisher={Oxford: Clarendon Press}, author={Smith, Adam}, year={1776}, annotation={Primarily used for economic theory.}} @book{ricardo, title={On the Principles of Political Economy and Taxation}, publisher={Cambridge University Press}, author={Ricardo}, year={2015}} @book{gomes, place={Cheltenham, UK}, title={The economics and ideology of free trade: a historical review}, publisher={E. Elgar}, author={Gomes, Leonard}, year={2003}} @book{mankiw, title={Macroeconomics}, author={Mankiw, N.G.}, isbn={9781319038571}, year={2015}, publisher={Worth Publishers} } @book{Costs, place={Washington (D.C.)}, title={Measuring the costs of protection in the United States}, publisher={Institute for international economics}, author={Hufbauer, Gary Clyde. and Elliott, Kimberly Ann.}, year={1994}} @article{Protect, ISSN = {00346535, 15309142}, URL = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/23015957}, abstract = {Many papers have explored the relationship between average tariff rates and economic growth when theory suggests that the structure of protection is what should matter. We therefore explore the relationship between economic growth and agricultural tariffs, industrial tariffs, and revenue tariffs for a sample of relatively well-developed countries between 1875 and 1913. Industrial tariffs were positively correlated with growth, and agricultural tariffs were generally negatively correlated with growth, although the results are not robust. Revenue tariffs were not related to growth at all.}, author = {Sibylle H. Lehmann and Kevin H. O'Rourke}, journal = {The Review of Economics and Statistics}, number = {2}, pages = {606-616}, publisher = {The MIT Press}, title = {THE STRUCTURE OF PROTECTION AND GROWTH IN THE LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY}, volume = {93}, year = {2011} } @book{hayek, title={The Road to Serfdom: Text and Documents--The Definitive Edition}, author={Hayek, F.A. and Caldwell, B.}, isbn={9780226320533}, series={The Collected Works of F. A. Hayek}, url={https://books.google.com/books?id=qg61T\_I1mwsC}, year={2009}, publisher={University of Chicago Press} } @book{keynes, title={General Theory Of Employment , Interest And Money}, author={Keynes, J.M.}, isbn={9788126905911}, url={https://books.google.com/books?id=xpw-96rynOcC}, year={2016}, publisher={Atlantic Publishers \& Distributors (P) Limited} } @article{Growth, ISSN = {13814338, 15737020}, URL = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/40215892}, abstract = {This article uses a new database to establish a key finding: high tariffs were associated with fast growth before World War II, while they have been associated with slow growth thereafter. The paper offers explanations for the sign switch by controlling for novel measures of the changing world economic environment. Rejecting alternative explanations based on changing export market growth or transportation cost declines, it shows how the modem negative correlation could be reversed in a world environment characterized by a moderately higher generalized tariff protection such as that which prevailed before 1914. We show that an increase in average tariff rates among trading partners by just one third might suffice to reverse any negative relationship between an average conumpntry's tariffs and its growth. An increase in own tariffs after 1950 hurt or at least didn't help growth, but it might have helped growth in a world where average trading partners' tariffs were moderately higher and retaliation was the best strategy. The world environment matters. Leader-country reaction to big world events matters.}, author = {Michael A. Clemens and Jeffrey G. Williamson}, journal = {Journal of Economic Growth}, number = {1}, pages = {5-46}, publisher = {Springer}, title = {Why Did the Tariff-Growth Correlation Change after 1950?}, volume = {9}, year = {2004} } @article{China, ISSN = {00368075, 10959203}, URL = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/20402799}, abstract = {Across-the-board trade liberalization often impedes, rather than fosters, development in the poorest countries.}, author = {Jomo Kwame Sundaram and Rudiger von Arnim}, journal = {Science}, number = {5911}, pages = {211-212}, publisher = {American Association for the Advancement of Science}, title = {Trade Liberalization and Economic Development}, volume = {323}, year = {2009} } @article{Optimal, ISSN = {00028282}, URL = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/1809140}, abstract = {The optimal tariff for a large country equals the reciprocal of the foreign export elasticity of supply. However, if production decisions occur before consumption decisions, the ex ante optimal tariff is not time consistent because the ex post elasticity is less than the ex ante elasticity. We show all countries are worse off if the large country cannot precommit to its ex ante optimal tariff, and that all countries can gain if the large country taxes domestic production of importables.}, author = {Harvey E. Lapan}, journal = {The American Economic Review}, number = {3}, pages = {395-401}, publisher = {American Economic Association}, title = {The Optimal Tariff, Production Lags, and Time Consistency}, volume = {78}, year = {1988} } 
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\pagenumbering{gobble} %removes number from title page \maketitle %makes aforementioned stuff the title page \newpage %creates a new page \pagenumbering{arabic} %begins numbering in new page \section{Conclusion} Same as findings. Furthermore, I would expect to see that tariffs and real wage have a positive relation whereas tariffs and GDP have a negative relation. Additional research that could be run is basically the same project, but with either a pooled time-series OLS regression or a Panel regression. This is currently beyond the scope of my skill set and time. \begin{landscape} \thispagestyle{empty} \section{Appendix} \subsection{Table of Data} \begin{center} \scalebox{.7}[.75]{ \begin{tabular}{ l l c c c c c c c c c c } \hline Country Name & Country Code & Average annual wages& {N} & ln pop & ln lab force & ln gdp & Tariff rate & Population, female & Unemployment & Gov ed exp. & mean ed. Yrs. \\ \hline Australia & AUS & 50471 & 1 & 16.92 & 16.29 & 27.56 & 1.76 & 0.5 & 5.08 & 24.59 & 13 \\ \hline Austria & AUT & 45344 & 1 & 15.94 & 15.29 & 26.64 & 1.08 & 0.51 & 4.55 & 23.76 & 10.8 \\ \hline Belgium & BEL & 46867 & 1 & 16.22 & 15.4 & 26.85 & 1.08 & 0.51 & 7.14 & 24.09 & 11.2 \\ \hline Canada & CAN & 45346 & 1 & 17.35 & 16.76 & 27.99 & 1.44 & 0.5 & 7.5 & 25.04 & 13 \\ \hline Switzerland & CHE & 55815 & 1 & 15.88 & 15.34 & 26.82 & 0 & 0.51 & 4.04 & 23.82 & 12.8 \\ \hline Chile & CHL & 21308 & 1 & 16.66 & 15.94 & 26.58 & 1.98 & 0.51 & 7.12 & 23.38 & 9.80 \\ \hline Czech Republic & CZE & 21372 & 1 & 16.17 & 15.47 & 26.43 & 1.08 & 0.51 & 6.71 & 23.29 & 12.3 \\ \hline Germany & DEU & 42428 & 1 & 18.2 & 17.55 & 28.86 & 1.08 & 0.51 & 5.82 & 25.83 & 13 \\ \hline Denmark & DNK & 48273 & 1 & 15.53 & 14.89 & 26.23 & 1.08 & 0.5 & 7.57 & 23.77 & 12.7 \\ \hline Spain & ESP & 37220 & 1 & 17.66 & 16.98 & 28.04 & 1.08 & 0.51 & 21.39 & 25.01 & 9.5 \\ \hline Estonia & EST & 18375 & 1 & 14.1 & 13.46 & 24.21 & 1.08 & 0.53 & 12.33 & 21.21 & 12.4 \\ \hline Finland & FIN & 40602 & 1 & 15.5 & 14.81 & 26.11 & 1.08 & 0.51 & 7.78 & 23.38 & 10.19 \\ \hline France & FRA & 39805 & 1 & 18 & 17.21 & 28.53 & 1.08 & 0.51 & 9.25 & 25.63 & 11 \\ \hline United Kingdom & GBR & 41679 & 1 & 17.96 & 17.29 & 28.47 & 1.08 & 0.51 & 8.03 & 25.61 & 13.1 \\ \hline Greece & GRC & 27590 & 1 & 16.22 & 15.43 & 26.39 & 1.08 & 0.51 & 17.86 & 23.47 & 10.3 \\ \hline Hungary & HUN & 20278 & 1 & 16.12 & 15.28 & 26.15 & 1.08 & 0.52 & 11.03 & 23.07 & 11.7 \\ \hline Ireland & IRL & 48120 & 1 & 15.34 & 14.6 & 26.06 & 1.08 & 0.5 & 14.63 & 23.21 & 12.2 \\ \hline Iceland & ISL & 48321 & 1 & 12.67 & 12.14 & 23.26 & 1.04 & 0.5 & 7.03 & 20.6 & 10.6 \\ \hline Israel & ISR & 28126 & 1 & 15.87 & 15.08 & 26.19 & 2.36 & 0.51 & 7.14 & 23.3 & 12.5 \\ \hline Italy & ITA & 34728 & 1 & 17.89 & 17.01 & 28.4 & 1.08 & 0.51 & 8.36 & 25.22 & 9.80 \\ \hline Japan & JPN & 36385 & 1 & 18.67 & 18 & 29.15 & 1.25 & 0.51 & 4.51 & 25.87 & 11.5 \\ \hline Korea, Rep. & KOR & 32689 & 1 & 17.72 & 17.05 & 28.08 & 6.45 & 0.5 & 3.4 & 24.87 & 11.8 \\ \hline Luxembourg & LUX & 58134 & 1 & 13.16 & 12.4 & 24.58 & 1.08 & 0.5 & 4.90 & 21.45 & 11.7 \\ \hline Latvia & LVA & 16214 & 1 & 14.54 & 13.85 & 24.43 & 1.08 & 0.54 & 16.21 & 21.42 & 11.7 \\ \hline Mexico & MEX & 15272 & 1 & 18.61 & 17.77 & 28.27 & 5.39 & 0.5 & 5.19 & 25.3 & 8.4 \\ \hline Netherlands & NLD & 49925 & 1 & 16.63 & 16 & 27.37 & 1.08 & 0.5 & 4.98 & 24.47 & 11.8 \\ \hline Norway & NOR & 47930 & 1 & 15.42 & 14.78 & 26.45 & 0.53 & 0.5 & 3.21 & 23.71 & 12.6 \\ \hline New Zealand & NZL & 37581 & 1 & 15.29 & 14.68 & 25.69 & 2.11 & 0.51 & 5.97 & 23.02 & 12.5 \\ \hline Poland & POL & 40413 & 1 & 17.45 & 16.72 & 27.49 & 1.08 & 0.52 & 9.63 & 24.46 & 11.8 \\ \hline Portugal & PRT & 22669 & 1 & 16.17 & 15.51 & 26.37 & 1.08 & 0.52 & 12.68 & 23.4 & 8 \\ \hline Slovak Republic & SVK & 25465 & 1 & 15.5 & 14.81 & 25.66 & 1.08 & 0.52 & 13.62 & 22.72 & 11.7 \\ \hline Slovenia & SVN & 21008 & 1 & 14.53 & 13.84 & 24.8 & 1.08 & 0.5 & 8.17 & 21.91 & 11.9 \\ \hline Sweden & SWE & 32983 & 1 & 16.05 & 15.43 & 26.75 & 1.08 & 0.5 & 7.8 & 24.01 & 12 \\ \hline Turkey & TUR & 38428 & 1 & 18.11 & 17.10 & 27.93 & 2.65 & 0.51 & 8.80 & 25.12 & 7.4 \\ \hline United States & USA & 56540 & 1 & 19.55 & 18.88 & 30.37 & 1.61 & 0.51 & 8.9 & 27.42 & 12.9 \\ \hline %\vspace*{.01cm} \end{tabular} } \raisebox{9cm}{\makebox[\linewidth]{\thepage}} \end{center} \end{landscape} \printbibliography[title={Bibliography}] 
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